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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor But J1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel 'It the Beit ind Most Convjft- ______lent Place to Stay ____ HAVE ALL THE LAT- E5T IMPROVEMENTS RUN EASILY AND ARE DURABLE AND MAKE VERY LITTLE NOISE. PRICES THE LOWEST C. W. Gray "The store that saves you money" Ice! Ice! Ice! DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL- PARTS OF THE CITY The cost is only per raoalh for 2Clbs acd vou will fare thai amount many times each month ot tho season. ORDER NOW AMD ENJOY ALL THE ADVANTAGES OF A REFRIGERATOR Western Transfer Co., Ltd. PHONE JI63 LETHBRIDGE. A Remarkable Slaughter in the Price of High Grade Canned Goods for Ten Days Only arc jusl unloading it i-ar consisting of. ovor 800 rases of Vine Uuiiitl fanned Fruits ami Vegetables, and as o'ur storage spare is lim- itrd wr-iuo uoiiso- to make so ntlravtive on these for the next iljiy.s ihat you i-aniuit resist buying a few cases, ivvery liu is guar- A. I. quality by us and the packers. One Case Tint. Vine Brand Aborted of sit tins Touutoes, six tins Croain Com six tins Slai.ilanJ Teas, six tins Wax or Refugee Beans. CO rtfl FOR 1 Case, 24 Tins. VJne Brand in heavy of three Uus Ked or Black ihrce lirs Strawberries, lliree tins Crawford Peaches, three tins Ked Pilled Cherries, four tins Green Case four tins Lombard Plums, four tins Barllett fM OC By taking advantage ol our special offer as per above you will be saving at least from 10% to -----PHONES------ Grocery Dipt, Wholesale De'pL 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Groeen, Fruit and Con- fectionery. V 'Wholesale Retail Crecxy Oept. Ui Dipt i The Premium Grocery a Money Saver WEATHER 3J U 49 50 37 37 S3 4S EdmontCD, clear Lloydmiuster......... Calgary, fair Macleod, clear Medtcluc Hat. cloidy Prince Albert clear Moose Jaw, clear Indian Head, clear Nelson, clear Graud Forks, clear Yegrevllle........... Coronation, fair Brooks, cloudy....... Battleford, clear..... Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, clear Winnipeg, clear...... Port Arthur......... Weather provinces has been much, cooler gen- erally. Temjieratures-are low [during nights at many.polntSj Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Algeria, fa.r, comparatively -to- day and on Wednesday. BfcOWNI 4; so 66 63; 62, 50 80 the 23 32- 41 35 43 54 33 40 40 prairie Having taken saw mill at the. River Bottom, near the road bridge, we are prepared to offer to the general public Lumber'at Greatly Re- duced Prices, ranging, from 2 (o per Thousand, including Dimension, Shiplap, and boards up" to aiiteen feet in length, also a specially In 12 inch square timbers up lo "forty feet in length. AVe also carry posts and a large amount of irood and" sawdust at prices. "Our tcrnjs are srot cash. Call and see us. River Lumber Co. A. H. MBR. PHONE 1553 P. 0. BOX (50 CITY AND DISTRICT Back New Movement The Cardston_ Board of Tra'de have adopted a resolution the movement on the part of the farmfcrs to secure leaseholds, in the Blood Re- serve, Tiber's Mayor on Viill Maj.or W. Douglas, of Taber, is in the city today. He fays.that the district from1 Coaldak east. ;was vis itcd by a "very heavy and 'welcome rain last night. Displaying Great Interest Farmers all ovtr the southern per lion of the province are evincing great interest-irT the proposed stock yards, central market, and cold stor age plant, and are asking for more in formation on the details ot the plan which goes to- shois ttll It meet with their approval. Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters COraiHION BLOCK, SIXTH 8T. S. PHONE Gasoline splashing in a tank cir it from the tracfcp. causing derailment of five freight cars near Komoka, OaL Battery Orders Recruiting for'the 25th'Battery, R C.H.A., which will go into camp thl month -will start tonight at the nev barracks, immediately south of Ib K. N. M. P. bmJcliE. Setgt.-In structor Carruthers. ot "B" Batted arrived1 in th city this morning lo Instruct the ha icfy untii It goes into cimp. -Instn; Lion classes will commence tomorro eveninz. While it is not detlnitel known, It is understood tnat the ba. tery "HI ' at Calgary o June 1C, -remaining for sixteen days. 01 tan a, Jur.p F.vcnir.j Citizen movement to se- cure an increased indemnity this sts- sion, Tor rr.f-mbcrs of1 the house, is in full swing, but no decision is yet announced. If thing is done ,-il v.-ill he in the form of a bonus .rath- er than a straight increase. Owing to the length o! the session is being agitaled for, and the round robin is signcij The senate will not be in OT the granl. '.We have not decided the matter, hut 1 should say the is not of the minis- tcis lodar. Children Are Born Picture tiMng cultlvitei thl> faculty, and affords them end- leis jtnusement besides. ThevBrownii Is 'the camera for lltVle'folk's of bij. Simple to operate, thoroughly practi- cal in results. 1.00 to The ReJGbss Drug and Book QU, Ltd, HTin Third Avm. -j rjyi CITY AND DISTRICT Money in Hogs Thirty and fifty cents from the sale of tno hogs, only six mouths old, was realized yesterday by Ed. The hogs -weighed 323 pounds, pounds each, dressed. Being prime pork, they sold ceuU a pound to a local butcher. Cattle at Border Word has beon received in the city that the first consignment of the Wallace shipments of Mexican cattle, with a Irainlond for Hill Fur-man, has reached Coutts, where they are being held for inspection fore being allowed to proceed. Coming a Long Way The Board of. Trade has received a communication from one of the agents ot the.C. P. .R. department of Natura Resources at fall River, JIasa., slat Ing that a party ot Fall River peestcrday. Three -ncre aescssed the usual fine ,nin[ morning, of and cosls, while the other, who was inore' obstreperous, was charged J5.CO and.costs. The-man who was given the fine was the only one who.could pay. The others were giv- en a joy-ride to the Barracks for 15 days', sojourn. CITY AN D DISTRICT Winnipeg Wholesaler Jl. Jl. Uelchcr, one of tbe.lhead of- ficials ol Oaiill's. Ltd., ij in the'city [oiiay (rom .Winnipeg, "on" a, 'regiilai tour through the four western prov- inces i j Investigating Accidents John r. Etlrling, chief mine inspect or for the provincial .goterdmenl mines in the clty'.today, in lEsligallng the various accidents which have occurred In the. southern field during the past' Slue Label Cattup. per bot. 30c. LEbby't Catsup, per bottle ..2Cc. SFoi. iagi of Salt. 4 for 25c. Syrup, 4n> tins.....40c. Lily White Syrup, 5ft tins .35c Rhubarb, 5Tb for......... 25c. Choice Djlry B-jttep Creamery Butter, 2tt> 75o Laid p-r doc. ....254 Green Onions, dally, 3 bundles for iQo Carroti, Iba. for...... 10c, ParsnfpJ, for.....IDc. In iddltlcn to our Attractive Prices coupons representing on evfry trjent. The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Ttfrlllt FHONE m I OF MM OARD'S DEMAND FOR DISCUSSED AT MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL '.Vs may as well pay What's he lira of discussing "Hold on." Above is part of the dialogue nhtch oo'a pl.ico jesterday at the ouicil meeting uheu tho dema rom the School Board for or the year's business was arrived I. Tiio members of tho council greed on the llrst remark. Mayor 'ardie interjected the second. Jle said he linorV perfectly irell that he board could .demand what they -anied and the city could not re.'us ut he had been thinkiug ihs matter ver and thera were a couple ol lings he wo-jld like to sec decided t costs money to collect taies. The chocl board .demands the tares, and be city must stand the eipense ot ollection. lu his opinion tho board hould be charged up with that cost, o Ihat the hooks of lustlto Ions would'be'correct: City Solicit r Ball ?aid the ordinance, made no roiislon for any-such charge. Then there was the matter of the alary of Probation Offlcef I.amb lo e decided. The council should force he board to pay'at leaet'h'aJf'.-.rTlie lly la not required: to -maintain a ruanl officer for., the scbpojs.. AM. ikcith saidit this under ioas'l rlera t ion. by th e board-' now. ;.The motion t.o pay the'grant was not passed yesterday, the matter he- tabled until the estimates for ths year: are being' dealt v, ith. Pasteurized Milk and Cream WE ARE READY TO OELIV. ER AT SAME PRICE AS OR- DINARY MILK OR CREAM. By this process (ho milk will keep Kood Ourlug the hottest vteather, and Is flighty recom- mended by the Medical train- The Lethbridge Creamery Co. ill MAYOR S1NNOT OF CALGARY ASKS AND RECEIVES CO- OPERATION OF t-ETH- BRIDGE During the spring a movement has been started in Calgary for the eslab iishmcnt of a farm inebriates somewhere in the province. Mayor Sinno'tt has been one of the prime moiers of ihr scheme which Is being supported ty a large number of towns and cities. The nscd for such a farm has been volcej from the bench In every police court' in the prorlnco. Yesterday the city council received a communication from Mayor Slnnot Calvary asking the endorsalion and up'fort of the council be proposal taken as a matte f course here and unanimously en- orsed. Medicine- Uat, Lelhbridge and Cal- ary are now behind the scheme, hlle EMmonton has refused so far to ndorse it. The i provincial'govern- ment be approached for aid. BUSINESS LOCALS The "Made-ln-Csnada" 1913 Exhibi- tion Train, of the leading Canadian manufacturers will be on'display in Lethbridge June 3rd. with a car of the leading pianos of Canada. The Mason Rtach able souvenirs can be had by the asking at our ware- rooms, 404 5th St. S. tethbridge. 1 U-3 REX 'Alber- ta SacWIery. opp. Coaloale For good, clean cut, and" well dried kindling wood; Phone 535, The North LetbbrUlgo Transfer, J2.50 per load, delivered to any part of Ihe city. 6 1CK! ICh! Delivered dally to all parts of the clly, (N'orlh Ward im-lii-kd. MOO per monlh for 20lbs ITione 11C3, .Westtrn Trans- fer Co', Mr. Naismilh Coming P. L. N'alEUlth, manager P.K. deparlment of Natural HMOurcts, who on from a short triri to California, will arrive In the eltjr tomorrow. Several mat- ters perlj.inlng to the industrial pro- gramme bo discussed Hill] Mr. Nal'smltb: Everybody Rides., }lcndersoa 1'ar'K. allraclloru ate proving popular, anfl the Direct rail- way 'figures aro It', nrday the number of passer ricrt was over IMiO, while on Sunday ,709 rirfc i The average fpr thfa -Oyi Sat- mgerT'car- monlh '.will he hlgner than month jlili io'far." fpr t GOVERNMENT SUPPORTERS TO HOLD A CAUCUS TO REACH AN UNDERSTANDING June 2 Consetv caucus Mas held this afternoon In conbidcc ionic which ha arisen in cormccdvn the Cans dian Xorlr.cin subsidies, Ine pro posed loan to the Grand Trunk Pa ciliC. II K luidcrslooJ that whil some oi Ihf- private mcmhets wet dis'poscil to criticise the proposals. 1 alter discussion that 1. shall h ci. Th proposal ol a group ol western rocrr bets thai those who lost monc through the failure ol the Farmers Bank he rc-lmbursed, also riis- but no nccision v.os a al.'Al a late hour is said Ilia there is likclinotid ol the mem bcrs in the houi-e receiving n noai than Iherc was. at an earlier hoii an'l Ihat ttie proposal will probabl be diooacd. both instances' the money voted before Ihe house I.ondnnJ .June 2 George's 8lh birlhilay nill. Ifc (Idchratcrt to- tiorrovr and the, mual hlrtlnlay hon- )ts Vcte 'annoilnfdl. A baronetcy was :oiiferrcd on .lames M. Barrie, the lovelisl, anil tnighlhooil on Johns- ,on l-'orkcs-Kobcrfson, the aclor and 801-Ith Avt.' s. Mcla'chrino Egyptian arettes Can now be-procured at tho Alexandra to 'know that the nboia are being sold p.t this cigiiT tie spocial price lac, 25c', and 35c per package CANADIAN PACIFIC GENERAL CHANGE TEVIE TABLES EFFECTIVE JUNE lit, 191J, R. C. McNEILUE, PuMenger Calgarjr, FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr. Martel't Female Pills have been the Standard, for 20 yeare and for 40 yeirt preicrlbcd and recommended by Physicians. Accept no other. At all druo- gliti. Uic-atricnl manager, and Dr. J. Ed- ward Albeit Sclatcr. prnlps'sor ot la ndinburgh-Univcrsitj.' St. John, N. B. ladles gathered In .for tho kindergarten Ly a lag day cclelration. TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY TaVc LAXATIVE DUOMO Qutnlna tablets. Druggists refund money If It falls to euro. E. W. (IKOVE'3 clznaturo on box. 25c. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS LOOK! FILMS Per Koll upwards POST CARDS......................... Per Doz, Your Work will Have Prompt Attention YOUH WORK 'JO----- Geo, W. Allison KAUIORAL lii.OCK Successor to Milne, ;