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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel But a Day Motel In Albtrta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Dallas Hotel li the Most Cormry lent Place to ,i 0-jr Flock of screens and scroeliin; permits you to fit any door or V.> S.iniHc Ihe best Quality which will last for >ears. Th's means tiul can yui iheiri tij) in a few minutes nexl season, thus saiini; >ou lime trouble of liltins iiow ones -is well as tbe cost of bavins tuem. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O5th Street Phone 761 Ice! Ice! Ice! DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL'PARTS OF THE CITY The cost ouiy Per mcoith for 20fts dally, and you nill llut amojnt "icnny times oror during each month oE the summer season. ORDER NOW AND ENJOY ALU THE ADVANTAGES OF A REFRIGERATOR Western Transfer Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE. iYour CreditiSW Is Good WASHINGTON AND OREGON STRAWBERRIES liuvc daily sliipiiioms ol' from Wrtsliiiigtou anil Oro-'-on and thai have the S'lavor, as lino as anv berries grown ..........................25c f'ni-i1 WASHINGTON BING Southing ci'Oice, beautiful ElOCk fioni the finest cherry orchard in vi ill dally shipments of I'icse cherries i-ouimeacies al-oat June 15th. >ear could r.ot gri of -these cherries. Particulars iu this spare VINE BRAND SLJL tics cicU cl Corn, 1'cis 1 case SI tins assorted for ?3.00 VINE BRAND FRUITS IN HEAVY All Sanitary tins, case tins atsorled for V-25 This urlce on Vine Brand goods lUll ouly be on lor a" lew days. You save about 12'ift bujlug that We a full assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables for Saturday. .----PHONES----- Grocery DepL Wholesale Dept 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clan Grocert, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -----PHONES----- Grocery Ui DepL WEATLHER SI 41 50 50 47 .15 53 ,20 53 'dmontoa, rain Swift Current, tair legina, clear......... clo'Jdy }rand Forks, clear..... Calgary, clear Saskatoon, clo'Jdy Mocse Jaw, clear irandon, cloudy Nelson, clear 'ort Arthur, dear..... With the eiception ol Southern Al- jcrla rain has iallen very over the prairie provinces. High tem- peratures have prevailed in Southern Alberta, but xieather elsewhere has 3ecn moderately FORECAST All Wcst-UnsettleS with local- showers- and thunder- storms. Friday, northerly winds, clearing and cooler. 71 75 7S 79 76 73 77 71 S3 53 73 44 BROWNI CITY AND DISTBICT Pay Day for the City" Today is pay day ai the City Hall Being the monthly pay day, the shad ow of gbost is pronoutiLed although the payroll this year is 1m a ghost of what it was test. I Alberta Outfitters BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. -1 PHOriE 1735 Looking Over Country ,s D. I. and H. R. McDonald, of Bulte, in city last night on the Falic train to join their bro- George E. McDonald, of Edmon- }fin. They arc rctnaioing ia the a short time to the couu- ASK EDMONTON COUNCIL GIVE SUPERINTENDENT WIDER SCOPE FOR ABILITY Dlmonton, June 4. Edmonton street raiUay employees believe that there i5 a plot oa foot ?.t the city hail to force the of Sup- ertniecdCDt and at a meet- ing of the union last night they pass- ed a resolution declaring theEr faith iu :he ability of their chief. Edmonton's street railway has beea running u? a big deficit, and many explanations fcr the leakage hive heen advanced. In sjiite of a recent dispute the ucion and Super- in the lat- ter was accused of endeavoring to shift the olame for'the deficit from his shoulders by qaestionlng the honesty of the conductors, the union now tTprcss the opinion that the rem edy fcr Ihe, trojbte does not lie In re moving the head of the department hut in giving'him more scope and lib- erty for pultin? his executive ahilit; into force. In Development C. R. Henderson, one of the pro- moters, of the Bow City Collieries, o the Bow River, directly- north of Ta ber, went through the city yesterday :With A. C. Ruby, of Portland, Ore., TO who is interested in to Voig project. They, remained in.th city only a short time before proceed to City, to inspect the deve praent woFk being clone there [hi UEniner. Auditors Still Buiy The auditors aie Etlll TrorXin be city's -tlnanclal statement, whic be used in arriving at the :ates of expenditure for tnte yea Until this is completed, the concc annot either decide on the estlmat or strike the tax rate. Mayor Hardie! ntimates that the musty and dry! >cnes of many peculiar financial .ransactions are hrought to light n I'D is audit, which goes back several years. The Living Picture Tlip composition, lighting and liosing of cadi picture is given (lie imlivulual ncrcsHiiry to make it a of your most tit- traclivi'.jH'vsonality. THAT IS WHY OUR PORTRAITS PLEASE Photographer 9O6 THIRD AVEUE Children Are Born Picture' fating' cUltivsles this faculty and afforefs them end- less amusement' The BroWDle b iuu cnoiera for little folks or bij. Simple to practi- cal in ii' Price 412-00 The Red Cross Drug aiid Co.; Ltd, ?.han. 6il_ f- Thirl CITY AND DISTRICT The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Blue Label Catsup, per bot. 30c, Llbby'j Catsup, per bottle ..20c. 3its. cl Salt. 4 for lie. (-yle's Syrup, 4tb t'nt.....We. Lily White Syrup. 5rb tins ..350 Rhubarb, 5rt> foi .........25t. Choice Dairy Butter 2rbs ...600 Choice Creamery Butter, 2lb 75o New Laid Eggs, per doz.....25o Green Onions, fresh 3 bundles for 10c Carrots, 3J', lor 1uc. parsnips. 2Yz Ibl. for.....10c. In addition to our we give coupons representing on every J25.00 spent The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR OppciUi TerrUtt PHONE m TAKE THE PHYSICALLY AFFLICT- ED TO CALEDONIAN HALL FOR DIVINE HEALING Elect Officers Tonight Lelhbrldgc Encampment No. 7, I.O O.P., Tvill elect officers for lue ensu ng term at their regular meeting to- night, 'in Hie Oddfellows Hall. New Muiic Racks The city band received z Euppl> of new music racks today. They will be d at the next band concert on Sun- day evening. To Confer Third Degree Lelblmdge Lodge, No. SO, A.F. fc A. M, Trlil confer Ihe third degree at nn emergent communication tonight, lu the Masonic Halt, Pott Office Block, at'S o'clocV. Visiting brethren will re- ceive a Iitarty welcome. Steamship Arrivals The Allan line E.S. Ionian, from I. don, is reported as due at Quebec, on Tuesday, Western passengers i arrive at bethbrWjo ?v 6tb. The Cunarder Asconia arrived Plrmoulh on Monday. Liked the'South Country The "Made-In Canada" train return- ed from Cavdston at 2.50 Ihls morn- ing, ami left at 7 o'clock for Maclecd. The olficials In charge were greatly impressed with'the "Cardstoa country as an agricullural district, and also at the great crowds who thronged the cars to see the exhibit. The black ardibisfcop, G. Wash- ington, is holding a ftcat meeting ai the Calodonian Hall, 7th street, south, tonight, Thursday at S p. in. lie invaliJMiietuls and lanie and blind ones to come and says Jesus will heal them, cot Bro- ther Washington. The meeting ivas to have been held at the Sons of England hall, but oning 1o some arrangement has been transferred to the Caledonian hall. Healings haie been done by Jesus through Arch- bishop Washington. Consumption cancer, blind (after JO ivilh cred arm, and many other espcrienc es ol which he has to "tell. Come eatl> if you uanl a seat. A free will of- fering be taVen. IMoiv is a list of those who have already contribut- ed, Mr. K- A. Dratoa, 17J2 Eth Ave., X., is open to receive further dona- tions ior Archbishop Washington .Mrs. Curr.......-. J2.0D Mr. K. A. Uenton 1.00 Miss Thompson.............. l.nO Mr. Verkirk ..............._ 1.00 Jaycock 1.00 !r. Van Haarlem l.CO ir. 0. Ohergard 1.00 lessrs. Hart and 1'afte'rson 1.00 Ir. W. Martin................75 Irs. Ir. Shrom ...'...............25 Mcliirliriuo Egyptian Cigarettes Can now be procured at the Alexandra Hotel Cigai1 Sluiul. Smokers be pleased to know that the alxne cigarettes are being sold at this clear stand, at the special price 35c, 25c, and 35c per package To Examme the Rocks During the summer the Geological department of the Department of ifae Interior will make several surveys through the Rockies. T'uii morning, Mr. Hinonin .of Toronto, a year man of the School of Practical Sci- arrived in the city, remaining a (Jays before proceeding to Pinch er Creek, he will join ihe field nariy in charge of Mr. Shepherd. The party will survey the Crow field, acd incidentally take a look at the notor- ious Turtle mountain ai fVank. While In the city Mr. Hlnonan visited with Chief Davis, with whom he in- Umatcly acquainted in Toronto. Booiting the Convention One of the elogapa of the C. P. II. department of Natural Resources, Ir- rigation branch, !a that It Is cheap- er to pay for rain than lo pra> for It." In keeping with this, Norman Ran- kln, secretary of the Western Canada Irrigation apsottatlcn, Is pending out postcards to farmers all over Western Canada, limiting them to the conven- tion here In the post cards be ing rather unique. Onti ''the wedding of sun and while the IE labelled "irrigation has kill- A Snap in Southern Alberta Land A qu'trur section, 3 1-2 miles south of Grassy take. All fenced and fcnced.Oood well )2 feet deep. Kine house. (wo barns an'l a granary- acres In crop, the purchas- rr recehes in full. Price per acre. 1K60.00 cash, bal- iocs In IKO years. Write or wire, S. A. BUCHANAN GRASSY LAKE, ALfltFITA: the ghost of drough'.." galion ditcn occupies The Important place In the foreground ID each pic ture. BUSINESS LOCALS .Case Settled Mrs, Clia-le5_ M'e'lraBe. was ar arrival here from Cal jarj- i esterday, on a charge of obtain ing mor.cj- -under false preter.ces irom parties in Calgary, was later released The amount, some J15.00, was paid b) the huEoancl. and upon consent Chlel Cuddy, of Calgary, she nas s'n tn her liberty. LIMITED I Dispensing Chemttts REXALL LIVER :'An agrccabla salirie-laM- tlve, especially indicated In Rheumatic Tor-; Via Lher. clc. Vastly to Seidlitz Powders. cents J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. r. Cranford ,...............25 Tula! the Xolhing is more annoying to lousetecpcr than to accept soir.et or her table "just aa good the article she asks for and then to fine :faat li la a poor imitation. This is invariably tho case when a. dealer another ICA for This is done lecause of the larger proSts other teas show. CANADIAN PACIFIC GENERAL CHANGE TIME TABLES EFFECTIVE JUNE-tit, 1S13, R. G. McNEILLIE. District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 p horn pi Mrvltk CITY AND DISTRICT For Methodist Church Steel columns for the MetfiodlU Church building anitect in the yard? his morning. His Own Bois Now William Btalr, of llaymoad, former- ly of the Ttaff of the J. D. llfelnbotti- am Drug Co, Is In the city today. Mr, Blair is now proprietor of the 'drug store at Raymond. Back from Mexico J, If. Wallace, Tatchpr, returned last night from Old Meiico, where he Excursion to Blairmore Arrangements have teen made the C. P. U. by the Oddfellows fo excursion rates to Blalrmore on'Jul 24 for a fraternity pltnie. The tbre local lodges from Lelbbrldge a tend., ar.d lodges from towns in th iurrounding district will alco attend, Grassy Lake, Tabcr, Raymond and Cardston being among those intending lo Join in the big celebration. Sports and other picnic fixtures will lie on Where Is Charlie Meiri. Chief of Police Davis Is in receipt of a. communication inquiring the whereabouts of one, Charles G% Melr, reported missln? some necks' ago. Melr hails from Belfast, Ireland, ar.d iras last heard from al Spokane, His anxious mother Is author of Ihe inquiry. Anyone know- ing of (his young man will do a good tirfn by communicating with Chief Davis.' To Meet Public Convenience A. KngliBh, master of the bridge and building department, and 1. Soamca, of the depart rnent of the C. P. R., were in the c.ity today from Medicine Hat, discussing the office piana for the new freight abeds, v-ith local agent Xleketla. The offices of the company, together with the customs and transfer all be. located in one end of the new bolting, ihus enabling patrons to transact all'business in with Ihe releafe of frelghl, at one of- In place of travelling to anil fro rrrtm Iho cnsloinE. freight c.tshier, shed foreman anil transfer offices, as now compelled to do. The of- ficial nians have not jet been drawn GRAND RACING MATINEE AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS has been for several buying (Jutted a large business In ihe and is now located with Ihe Crown Cleaning Works, will be pleased to meet ail And will makft walslB, aklrta, shlru and underwear In latest fashions. Phone 414. 418 ith street south. Ht-S n. M. o! E. Wblil Driie In S. 0. E. Hall Friday, June 6tb al 8.30. for his ranch in the Cy- d.slrlct. He, too, found His cattle arc now on the way lo iho anch. up, but every alcp being included to insure up-to-rlatc and comfortable rjuarters __ v To-morrow IE Hternooii LETHBRIDGE TURF CLUB C. C. PAGNUELO, Secy. AMATEUR LOOK? IERS All Invltcii in-a RKX Phonn Albcr- la gjiUk-ry, oup. Coaldale Hotel. 103-0 Kor good, cut, nnd v.tll Phone Tiie North (2 T.O per load, dclliered to a.ny o( Ihe elly. IK-l Iff. Bill Wit Count.I W. S. Ball returned last night from Calgary, hb appeared j-e8Urday iflerooon on behalf ol .Mr. ot Magralb, In hli appeal ajainst the pool byUw of thai tov.n. Mr. won his tine, the couil bane deed- ing thai 1300 for, the first table, surf J200 for' each succeeding table wai too much.to pay Iw the privilege ol running a fool rcom itj a Iowa no le cr than tA-fHtrrtltM BHmrru nuni Kvereut, France, June for- mer premier, ArlsCidc Brland, had a narrow cscare from Jealh today, when-bis lUtomoSile Bliucli by another, ami dashed Into a tree. Erland's shoulder and he cut severely about Ihc [ace and h'ands broken Tlie ma- chine was demolished. Charles Torvne, a agent on (he I. C. U, held up and robbed by three mtn near tho Biureaslon brldjc, SI. John, X. 13. FILMS DEVELOPED............ POST Work Will Have Prompt! YOUR WORK Tl per Roll upwards Attention Geo. W. Alpson HI.OCK iccessor to Midtf. ;