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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ��- FREE BU8 TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bett $1.26 a Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRfDQE The Dallas Hotel Is the Bett and Most Convon-_lent Place to Stay WEEK END SPECIALTIES I.arso 'lujintitios of fresh froits and vegetables are now arvtving daily. We have shipments every iay from HritisU Columbia, Wiishington, Idaho, Oregon, and Californin, For this week-end Ve are oflfer-iii4; the following; - j ' STRAWBERRIES, Washington or B. C. stock. Prict' per hasltet ........................ 15c RED RASPBERRIES--Medium sil'?. baskets- I'riot^ 2 busliets for...................... 35c. LAMBERT CHERRIES, -sxtra large stock, flavor' very iino. ' Price jier lb............... 30c. rri(i .10 Lloydminster, cloudy . Si S.t .40 Battleford.........70 03 Prince Albert....... 7S 54 .IS Saskatoon, raining ... 66 54 Humboldt, raining____ 6lv 44 .40 Indian Hsad, cloudy .. 70 55 Jfoosomin......... S7 54 -.50 Estevan. fair........ 75 55 .05 Swan River........ 71 58 1.17 Russell........... 72 �0 .05 Virden, cloudy...... tJo 45 1.0.4 Brandon.......... 61 ,55 .54 Portage....... .. ., 80 Winnipeg, fair...... 70 60 1.16 Pierson........... 75 4:i .47 i Bcissevain .. 68 6:; . Cypress River cloudy,. 04 57 .44 Elbow............ 72 50 Kamsacij.......... 66 55 .PO Swift Current....... 70 itZ .48 Moose Jaw, cloudy .. 76 55 .OS Qti'Appelle raining .... 70 5:; .20 Emerson .......... 77 40 .50 Port Arthur,'cloudy .. 64 4S Kamloops......... 74 4S .06 Nelson .. '.......... 72 55 Penticton.......... 78 54 .01 Grand Forks....... 78 53 .11 Rain has been almost general in each of the prairie provinces some very heavy falls being recorded in Manitoba and parts of Saskatchewan-. Fjorecast Manitoba-Werm: soms showers and local thunderstoniis. Saturday, northwest winds and colder. Saskatch-our own verandah, at home, at the tennl*'courts, in vacation camp or on the lake. No Mosquito can stand our .'Vnti-Buzz. They don't trouble persons protected with iL One application will last for hoiirs, i^et,j.t washes off easily aUcL wjU not injure lh� most delicate skin. A lot ot comfort in every 25c bottle. The Red Cross Drug and BdSI Co.. Ltd. Phon* f�� / f 'j Third Avfc CITY AND DISTRICT Who Lost This A brown bag, containing some clothing was found this morning by the police. The owner may procure same by proving ownership. To See" the Country J. F. Faber, of Peoria, 111., and J. F. Vincent, of Afemoda, Colo, arrived together from the south last alght to look over the country. Steamship News The Cuuard liner Pannonia arrived at Naples on Tuesday. The Asoania doclted in liOndon on Wednesday night. Young Lady Dead The death occurred this morning of Miss Carrie Slaalieu, aged 28. The tunG-ral was held this afternoon, at four o'cloclf.-' The, funeral was conducted by the Salvation Army. . , Open Local Office W'hile in the city yesterday, George H. Webster, of the J.D. McArthur Contracting Co"., opened offices on Sixth street South. Mr. Webster has the grading contract oh the Suffield line of the C. P. R. Keeping His Eye on Field P. H. Rice, general manager ot the Rice Malfliig Co., is in the city again today. Mr. Rice is keeping a close eye on the Southern Alberta barley crop this year. � Read! Think! and Act 1 We have two beautiful quarter sections of. land. One with 50 aoras cultivated, home, barn and partfenced,:for $10 an acre. Also T60 acres, 2 njiieBtrom railroad town, fenced; houae, some breaking and good water, $11.00 per acre. - Clear./title6 on both the above. Oowsiey-Hultiern Land Co. Sherlock Building, Phone 544 We have a number of good properties .lor, fts^hatfj^e. See our lists before youSaiSeliaflge. fi/Ir. Tise Is Back  y\r. George Tise, the Third avenue photographer, has retunied from Calgary, where he attended the Etistman School of Professional Photography. Mr. Tise has received a great deal of benefit from this school as to the latest ideas and suggestions that are i constantly changing in the photo-j graphic world, and will fit him better j than ever to turn out pictures that are I artistic and highly appreciable. Mr. A Smith, wlio attended the convention, has also returned. At the Morris That the vaudeville attractions at the -Morris this ft-feek are well liked, in proved by the fact that each night has seen a decided increase in ticket Office receipt's, bast night, there was a large attendance at each perform-since, and each 'was greeted with round after round of hearty applause. : "Dynamite," ths mule, was more lively than ever,,'arid those trying to rldfe her Had the-Hlme of their life getting out of the- road of her heels, which seemed' to be everywhere at once. Tonight Is ladles' night for "Dynamite," and the management is offer, ing any lady $5 for every minute they can rl(Je her. Thei'e is already one lo6al entry, and there is sure to be lots of tun. Chanticleer continues to please. Tonight Is the last night of tliese clev-eti acts, and those who have not already seen them should make a point of golnjt. To Open New Church The new Trinity Presbyterian Church at Hardleviile is rapidly approaching conipietion, and arrangements have been made, to have the formal opening on July oO, when Rev. W. H. Muucaster, M.A., B.D., of Biair-uiore, moderator of the Presbytery, will conduct the dedicatory service. At night a concert will be hold at wliicli Ills Worship Mayor Hardie will preside. Itev. F. Cuthbert Atkin, (he pastor, Ktatts that as soon as the church is opened the night school will be resumed. Mr. Atkin is active in his efforts to build up the church in this community, and Is supported b.v an earnest band of woiker.s. The new church will be a cre^llt to tlie congregation. The work is expected to progress rapidly under the hnprpved ccn-ditions. ""business locals REX TRANSFER-Phone C70, Alberta Saddlery, opp. Coaldale Hotel. ]0:',.o Try the Sunnyside Dah-y for pme milk and- cream. .1. Knright & Sons Props.. Phone R. 404. 17-6 I J.O.HIGINBOTHAM iCO, LIMITED Family. & Dispensing Chemists Circus Day TOMORROW .(SATURDAY ONLY) WE-OFFER Rexall Soap VIOLET OR ROSE AT TWO CAKES FOR - � -sllc- ' J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. 'Monarch Theatre in Line Manager Whittaker, of the Monarch Theatre, North. Lethbridge, has brought that popular playhouse into harmony with the Bijou, and has reduced the price to ten cents. This was only conBistent, and shouvs that the j manager had no intention of discriminating against Ills many North Ward patrons. Must Leave, the City Old Dick Harris, the man who has �pent the greater part of his life in the Kin6:Bton penltentiarv'. and who Jb very well known by Chief Davis, 'was given a chance to get out of town by the magistrate this morning. He was picked up yesterday on a. charge of vagrancy. Dick is due a word of praise for having kept out of serious mischief during his siort stay here. CITY AND DISTRICT Concert Called Off Owing to the inclement weather last evening, the band did not per-foini at Hunderson Park Lake, and the regatta was also called off. Smiles Replace Frowns liroad smiles were once more in evidence, ai-oiuul the financial department at llie city hail this mot-ning. The morning delivery brought another $50,000 worth of bonds to be signed. These represent ?36,000 for paving, and ?14,000 for grading. They are being signed today, and will be ship-I ued to Toronto immediately, so that the money may be forthcoming. The city has received 1150,000 worth of the $250,000 sold. Wool Cars for Judson Cars for the shipping of about 160,-000 pounds of wool were takeu down to Judson this morning. This shipment will constitute the first of any description to be moved pver the Ijeth-bridge-Weyburn line, and Is the result of a special request on the part of the wool growers association, through their secretary, Mr. C. S. Crest. The shippers are Ray Knight and J, T. HennlDger. Lost Watch Found A watch that was lost on Jun� 2.S by Miss Radcliffe, of California Frank's Wild West Show, was found this morn ing by Detective-Sergeant Kronlng, ot the City police. The watch was a valuable one, being set with chipped diamond.'?. A local man claims that he fount! it at the exhibition grounds, and no charge was lUaced against bini, but he was severely reprimanded for not having reported the find; The watch was forwarded to Miss Radcliffe. Ccilumbus Minister Here Monday Special .services 'will be held at St, Paul's First Ljitharan-Church, on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. Wm. Stellhorn, of Columbus, Ohio,.will be the preaclier. Rev, Mr. Stellhorn is the e.xecutive of the Home Mission Board of the Evangelical Lutheran Joint Syiicd of Ohio, and other States. He Is visiting various mission fields of the chuich, tPB ........15 New Cabbage, per lb ..... ..06 New Potatoes, per lb......06 Rhubarb, per lb ...........05 Fresh Fruits Strawberriea, par box .16 Strawbarriea, per case----3.26 Red Baspberrles, 2 boxes .35 Cherries, per lb .......... -26 Blue Plums, pw- box ....... -75 Or, per tb............-15 Peaches, per'doz ......... .30, Wetormelons, par lb ...... -06 With Eaoh $2.00 cash order'vie will sell a 20 lb. saek of B.. C.. Sugar, for..,,...... Canned Meats Lunch Tongue, V^lb ......$ ,30 Lunch Tongue, per 11).....50 Roast Beef, 26o and .60 Corned Boot, 26o and .-m*., -BO Veal Loaf, i/felb............ .20 Chicken Ixiaf, % tb ---- .2 glass...................1^ ..75' Ox Tongue In glass.......Tl.16 Potted Meats in glass ..^.p .26 Beat Salmon, 26c and......30 Tomatoes, 31b tins, 2 for .. .35 Corn. 2 for........28 French. Beans, per tin .16 PHONE 515 �boraiiilon Block Foiu'fch Avenue Your Vacation Will be pleasant and benafioial and will cost little if you epend It athbridBe, vlslt-J ing all points of interest, Including thejj higii bridge, tlie Dominion e-xpeiimont-al farm, the big coal mine of the C. P. R., and Ideal farm, the pretty eB-| tate of D. .T. Whitney, surrounded with a forest of trees, and a veritable oasis on the prairies, whwe there will be| served a fine luncheon, and it Is like-ly that Georgia watermelon wili be specialty of the feast. One: eTflttlnfffc will also be given over to an, islabOTatal banfjuet. Speodal convention ratfi; haVe been made on all railroads. 1 WESLEY SUNDAY SCHOOL EXCURSION TO CALGARY ' ' IIII ., 1.11'-� 11 �   11' ' <'. ,1 ' ON JULY 18, 1913 ADULTS $2.20 CHILDREN $1.10 ;