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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best V.25 a'oay Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IN LETHBRIDGE TIio Dallas Hotel la the Best and Most Ccnvflrv _____tgnt Plaea to Stay A Remarkable Slaughter in the Price of High Grade Canned Goods for Ten Only Wi- arc just unloading a i'ar consist injr of over SOU uascs of Vine I'li-aiul Ciumoil Fruits and aMes. and as our storage spai-e is lim- ited arc going 10 juaki1 tin- prii-c- so utlrurlivp on tht'se for the iioxl leu days lliat you cannot resist buying a few case's. Every tin is guar- aiitf'od A. uou I.IKE an oil heater lock our stock. "We have the in .qjality and only the iiKST is cteai-e5l In oil stmes, as in else. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 1 Case. 24 VEne Brand Fruits m heavy Ur.s Red or ll'ack H tbrcx1 tins Slrawberrit-F, three tins Crawford ihret tins Hed Pitted Cherries, tjreen Gage four tins Lombard Plums, four tins Kitten Pears For By taking advantage of our special offer as per above you be saving at least from to Ice! Ice! Ice! DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY The cost is only per uor.tr' lor I'Olbs dally, ar.d yo'J vill Fa'.e th.it lUi'oixl many times tner during each tnoyth of the summer season. OHDER NOW AND ENJOY ALL THE ADVANTAGES OF A REFRIGERATOR Western Transfer Co., Ltd. LETHBR1DGE. Yotir Credit Is Good .'-T J.7' MOTOR CYCLE SKIDS THROWING HIM ON HIS ;HEAD ON THE STREET Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK. SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1735 R C., June being ihe King's birthday "th? gov cmmrnt and all other public office: arc closed- Carl Johnson, on; of Ihc proprie- tors ol ihe RfA Theatre in citv vzs fatally bjurori in a motorcycle accident last merit. In trying ti avoid an his autocycl: collided v.ith a.n obstruction in thi road, throw ii.g him a distance of cral feft on fo his heatf. a result 01 the Injuries sustained be at four o'clock this morriing. Skeliy, a brldgeman, drowned in the Sturgeon rire-r when a canoe upset. His companion, Stan- kf Kelly, saved hlciself. Grocery Oept. (2S Wholesale DepL 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clati Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale und Retail -----PHONES-----. Grocery Dept Wholttalt DepL 1J7L WEATHER Mam. 74 TO Min. 42 TS 85 63 SI 6S il 70 70 TO 71 6S f.3 70 70 6J S4 si; .10 49 11 10 40 15 43 43 17 42 44 5S' 5S .15 ..ethbndge, clear Ed in oa tou, cloudy Calgary, cloudy..... Medicine Hat. fair Macleod, clear...... Red Deer, cloudy DVF, clear...... Cororation, fair..... Vegreiille. cloudy .toydminster, cloudy Ballltford, Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, cloudj. Moose cloudy Ilegina. fair........ Ddlan Head, clear Urar.doa mipeg, fair...... Pori Arthur, clear cloudy Nelson, clear....... Kamloops; cloudy :_ Fair ivith moderate tem- has prevailed throughout the- prarrie pruvinces. Forecast All Fair and warm today and on Thi'rsday. BBOWNI CITY AND DISTKICT A Farrr.cr Freeman 'Andersoo. a 'Claresholni farmer, ip town, and !E greatly pleiuea over the resent crop outlook. To Attend Matinee Sara Hoe, tee Calsary norseman. is In tonn In the Turf Clut's'inalliie'e ou Friday. Milk River Boosters It. L. .Thomson ami C. O. Kerf, ol Rher, are speudiag the (lay it the city. 'For the Travellers The United Commercial Travellers Council Xo.'oll, have installed a cr dilating Horary at Ihc Alexandra Ho- tel. Ths citj schools of St. John. XII, will close for the summer on June 27. The averaca attendance for the year las heen C163. Lumber Having taken over the 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, tr.cludins Dimension, Shiplap, and board.? up lo sixteen Icet in ler.glh. also a specially in 12 Inch square timber up to forty feel In length. We alro carry posts ami a large aroojnl of wood and sawdust al ver> prices. Our terras arc apol Call and see PHONE 1 Rallv Rlirov I iimlvaV T vi 1-iUmQer A. H, KNIGHT, MGF1, 5SJ P. 0. BOX 650 Gas Company Officials Dillon Costa and'Victor Wade, o the Natural Gas, Heat and er Co., are in the city today from Ca the Gra'rfc RalU for the C. P- R. yard exten sion work are In rcadlheca for insta latlon as soon as the grades are com p.ctcd. Turf Club Popular The campaign ior new mfembers o the T.ethDrldgG Turf Club proceed with gratifying Eiiccess. To date 1 members liate paid their fee, and th hiindretl Js Aimed at. Children Arc Horn -Picture takTng cultivates this affords them end- less amusement besides. i The Brownie is the camera for little Simple to practi- cal in resuHs. Price to The Red Cross Drug CITY AND DISTRICT Are Well Drillers Messrs. Xorman Stuart, II. sle, and E. II. Reynolds, well drill- ers, of Calgary, and formerly connect- ed the C. P. R. ready-made farms are in the city on business. Masons Meet Tomorrow Lodge, No. A.P. A. M. meet in emergent tomorron- night, when toe third de- gree will bp conferred. A welcome Is extended to all Tialiins brethren. Are Well Organised ,Tho Nonh Lethbridge ratepa} ers waning and easing nothing for the past week. Tbey are going to pass the subway by an majority. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Blue Label Catsup, per tct. 3Cc. Libby's Co'.sup, per bottle ..20t. 3ftf. Bags of Salt. 4 for J5c. Lyle's Syrup, tins.....40c. Lily White Syrup, 5tb tins ..35c Rhubarb, 51t> foi .........25e. In addition to cur Attractive Prices we give coupons St.OQ on Choice Dairy Outter 2tos ...eOo Choice Creamery Butter. 75a New Laid Eggs, p-r doz ___25o Green Onloni, fresh dally, 3 bundles for 103 Carrots, Its. for lOc. Parsnips, ros. lor..... lOc. The Premium Grocery It. Couth 'J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrillt PHONB EVERYBODY WHO LIKES GOOD THINGS TO EAT Which seems In Include all of welcome and appre- ciate. Lethb ridge Cyppmprvr J Ice Cream FUL TRY A BRICK TODAY. Phone 584 Egyptian Cigarettes Cnn now bo n I the Alcxuudra Hotel Cigar Stand, GmoVfrs n-lll be pleased to kuow (hat the above cigarettes arc bcfnp sold at this cigar stand, at the special prico loc, 25c, and 'per package out the head; >Jrs. A. internal Interviewed Mr. Nalsmith Commissioner Tracy had a long can- ference todayjvlth Manager Xaftmith, of the C. P. R, department of Natural Herources. relative to Batters affect- t'le industrial of the city, j Should a Convenience .Another innovation in the way of up-to-date store keeplas has been in- stituted by the Hudson's Bay Co. A private telephone exchange, connect ,cg all departments Is now in ojjpra- llcn, and it will bo possible to taJk to the grocery, the shoe, the dry goods or the liquor department direct. The switchboard controls six seperate 'ptones. Formerly, the store had a of house 'fhones, but an out- er could not talk to anv department as is now the case. It was necessary to leave- the order with the office, and it was then forwarded to the right d partmenL The sjsteni will bnng the purchaser rloser to-the dealer, all delays and Inconveniences v.111 be eliminated. Enjuriea: Kaould Bougie, 31, skull pro- bably fractured: Raoul Bescbamps, cabman, broken 'Ehoulder and broke a ribs. The Owen Soucd lown conocll hai farorably considered a proposition {or tj.e establishment.o( a new eteel aud iron Industry to employ one bun-' dred and filty men. Meeting Night Mayor Hardie and .Commissioner Tracy have accepter! an Invitation to speak at the Xortfa I-ethbridge rato- caytTs' meeting tomorrow night, and a large croud h expected. The meet- ing convenes In Bergman's JIall, at S p.m. Joint Reception The Companions of Ihc Forest ar.d Court L'ntty, No. A.O.F, uill hold a joint receprlon In L'nlty Halt, nn Friday evening, al S o'clock, in honor of Uro, Butt, superintendent of organisation, "who vlsHing the city for a few All A.O.F. members and their friends arc cordially invit- ed. Ice-cream and cake will be serv- ed. A Snap in Southern Land vV quarter Jcctfon, 3 1-2 railes sojlh of Grass> All fenced and cross feuced.Good well'12 feet fme bouse. two tarns and a granary. 125 acre? In crop, -Ali'ch the p'urchafr In full. I'rfce rwr acre. JlSEO.O'j cash, bal- ance In two years. Write or wire, S, A. BUCHANAN GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA. LIMITED- Fami'y Djspcnslng Chemiits REXALL LIVER SALTS .Aa asrceable, Ealir.e-laaa- tive. especially indkalcd tn Khenmatfc conrlltlons, Tor- piil Uver. etc. Vastly -tup- er'or to Setdlili Powdfrs. cenis J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Promising Life Cut Off This morning at 6 o'clock death lied 1hc- home of -Mr. and Mrs. Christ- ansen. Third Elreet Sojth, and took rom their midst tbeir eldest daugh er, Margaret, aged 15 years. .Mar ;aret had been ntter.dins the Salva Ion Army Sunday school Tor five 'ears, and Pho hati four first-c' prlrea for good conduct and attend ar.ce. She will be gieatly missed b> be tc-achers ar.d children of ths EChcol. She had a lovable disposition and very active in her duties as a member of the local corpa Only on Sunday, she at Sunday school, al FO on Monda> night she gave a bright testimony for Christ. She. with parents and brother and jounger er, have been residents of this for six years They came from Norway. She waa about 15 years of age, aii'J tad signed the ot wUh a Ueiv to becoming a full member cf the Army, Tho funeral will take place on Suntla) afternoon, Army Honors. BUSINESS LOCALS t) ft M. of K. WMst Dri'-'c'ln S. O K Hall Fridaj, Juno 6th al 8.30 All invilcd. The "Made-lii-Canada" 1513 EjnlljM (ion Train, o( the leading Canadian maniiraclurera will be on display. In Lcthbrtiigc June 3rd with a car of the leaJins pianos of L'anaiia. The Mason t'Risch can be had by the asking al our ware- rooms 404 Sfh SI. S. 1-ethbrldge. 114-3 REX ti'tti. Alucr- (a Saddlery, C'oaHale 103-0 For good, ciit, and well dried tinrllir.s wood; Htionu 53C, 'fhc Xort'n I.ethbridge pti load, ilcllvercd lo any tart of clly. HC-6 ICK! KtA llcllvered daily 'to all tarn of ttiC cllj. l.Vorth Ward Iri'hHecl. month" for 2Qlba dnilj. Tranv fer Co, I.W. :iTY AND DISTRICT To Hold Weekly Salei' Gus Xe'dig, auctioneer, has secured lease ol the promises formerly oc- cupied by the, Turkish LJatb parlors, and vfll hold weekly auction sates of furniture. The lirst sale takes place on Saturday next. Battery Practice Tonight The 25th Uattery R.C if A will hoi J a regular practice tonight on.iho'bar racks grounds, south of the 'build Ings. Permission 1o use this space for practices was granted lalg rcorn ing by Sunt. Wilson, of "K" delach menl. NCT, equipment is helng fltld cd lo the four now sights hav- ing arrived frcm Kingston, and an ar- morer la cott- on bla way to bridgc to put them on the guns and Instruct the memttrs of the lattery In their use. The hflddfiuartejrs of (he FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN MONTHE. At. CAUSED BY A HORSE RUNNING AWAY for thlt yt-ar are at T6nlh ttrect South, where KcruHi nltj be f-irrollcd. Several now men prtuenttd themselves last but more are Two In particular are wanted, while cookn alfip fn dcmind. Major Stewart, officer, com- manding. has cni yet heard whcri the Kattcry! go fulo camfi al Calgary. Montreal, Juno returning from the funeral of his non, Philip Doiigie ,aged was dallied to death against a ciirhslone, and three of hi daughters And one son were knoc'xed unconscious, and may not recover, a- a result of a runaway accident a Cote des Xcigos Taking fright at a steam roller, thi horses attached to the carriage Ir kh the borcaved family rid Ing, gflllopcd rtowii the stret toward Pfno avenue, with Kzou] champ, the drher, hanging IQ tbi reln'a, lit atfrmptlnp to check thf; fjoschamps gwldcd them into Piae av enue A wheel was wrenched froi the carriage and the occupants vui thrawn lo the filrcel. The? Injured arc: Mips (ieorgln fktill fracturrd; K gtnio jiouglp, 20, biutacd and tut ab NOVEL IDEA FOR POST-OFFICE To be erected shortly on the torneri of the principal streetl of Ont. At th: bottom It tht box where the letters are deposited. In the mlddlo of the "post" Is an automatic ilamplng machine, and al tht top le an adver- islng device which rotates.' AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS; FILMS I'OST CARPS..... Your Work Wi) SEND lOc. Roll upwards Have Prompt Altcnfion woiiK TO Geo. Vy. Allison HALMOKAL HI.OCK Succcf.sor (o Milne. ;