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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS i Hotel Best 51.25 Hstel In Alberta DAILY HERALD WHEN IN S.ETHBRIDSE The Dallas Hotel It the and Most Conven- ient Place to Suy AND niClViviii MW- ami qnalmi's. all :uul for U'x-s minicy iliim you ran HH-IU ul-exvlu'iv in tlu> immiiiT. fall ami sco tlioin. You o.i n ki'cp onul at small ror-t. "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 FOR FOUR DAYS MORE, NO LONGER llraiul Fruits ami Vegetables at the -greatly rc- (hu-oil we had them advertiseil al last week. UV -Vc Jail> shipments o! Washington and Oregon Sold al Iiiv Mice t? ihis i-lty.' Yoa shoalj present a tew esses of Ihese. FRUITS IN HEAVY 3 tins each. RMi.Ufiilcs, Peiches and lied 1'itled I'lierrles and tins each Pears, Piums acil Lombard Plums One containing 24 lir.s for...... tins, each Voru- atoes fern. I'eaj and Beam. One QQ case Wntalolcg M tins (or YOJ considerable by Idkins adi.iutaje of ihese greatly reduced prices. Ever} loins suir- aateed first class. ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 52J Dept 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Con- feclionety. "Wholesale and ReUil -----PHONES------ Grocery Dept. ttt Wholetilt Dept. 1271. We Select Our Fresh Fruils and Vegetables Locally And see that they ire Freih and Uaod Choice Tomsloes, per Ib. ..25c- Ont. Cheese, per Ib 20c. Green Onions, 3 Clinches .IOC. Dairy Butter, per Ib. ...30c, 35e, Lettuce, per Ib 26c creamery butter, 2 Ibi. 75o. Radilhei, 3 bunches ICc. Firm White Potatoes, per 100 Ibs. Me. Fresh Strawberries, 2 (or 45c. Apples, for 25c. lu addition lo our attracliie prices we coupons represent- SUE 011 every spent. The Premium Grocery it. J.TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opcoille Ttrrilll VVEA'IIIER Mts. Si Min. 52 .03 50 50 3S COURT WHICH ADJUDICATES ON CLAIMS OF INTERNATION- AL CHARACTER Ottawa.', June pecuniar; claims 'tribunal, consisting of- Henry VrorJirtssei, Sir Charles FitziialricS ?nd Chandler P. AndcrEoa, besan a scdEs'of' Elulirgs in- the Supreme Court; .afternoon. The commission .is io pronounce .upon .a number of outstanding claims of an in ternational has -airesd: met in Washington. The cases on It list this week arc not of partjcnlar iia I-ortance. The .first to be proceede with is what is fcnono as the ICic Robert ca.se. It is a claim for ?55; interest on the amount of deferred by the Unite Slates Eon-Tiient lo tbe clalanls. 'The Mfnsa Jlir.ing Co, of Balti- more contracted with the U. S. governent to convey thirty thousand tons of coal, and leased the vessel Kins ilobert from II. Chapman Sons of Xewcastle-on-Tyne, to carry Ihc- cargo. The contract 'was performed. Lethbrrdoe, clear tdr.KMitcn, fair HuniboWt, clear 51 UojdmlOEter. ile.ir S( _. v. clojdy S7 Corrnalion. cleir S9 "orktcii. clear...... "4 Rrcoks, clear...... Sa Moose Jaw. clear ?e Albert, fair SI Brandon, clear...... 71 lipej. clear..... BoUsevam. clear 75 Morden, clear...... Port Ar'.hjr. clear----- Nelson, rain Penlicton. rain..... 65 Vejreviile. clear Red Deer, fair...... 51 Calvary, clear S4 Medicine Hat, clear Sasiatoon. (tejr SS KairsacK. clear f_' Swift din-eat, fair. SS Indian Head, clear SI Psrtage, clear.......n nmers6n. clear...... 75 Kamloops, fair to :ir-p.. clear 7S Grand Forks, fair.'... 63 .MccEr.ne temperatures with hig- winds have jn ,maii> parts cf Manitoba, nhile Saska.lcb.ev.au aad Albert! have been quite Narm and lint Fcri'.sst Manitoba and and very warm today, and on XVedncs- thunderstorms, ar.d scme'.vhat ccsier. 51 60 51 4S 47 ol Fora's Chocolates FRESH FROM THE .TORY FAC- OITY AND DISTRICT Light Fall Last Tbe rainfall last night amouuluii lo ,M icches. The .fill nas very iighl. haL il all helps. We hivo Jjst received an- other In.rge Bhlpment of these delicious chocolates. A Few of the Assortment. CHOCOLATE BRAZIL NUTS CHOCOLATE FILBERTS CHOCOLATE ALMONDS HONEY NOUGETS PINEAPPLE FRUIT, ORANGE FRUIT MAPLE WALNUTS Try a sample and ne are yon will agree with others that these are 'be verv best chocolates yoii ever tasled. iSSORTED CITY AXD DISTRICT The Ferr.le Brewer A. Mulz, the Ferule brener, ts in hp clly today on buEinets. The Drug' Ltd, 55S Labor Council on Thursday There flilt be a meeting ot the 'cades and Labor Council on Tburs- ay GTcoing ot this week ID the La- r Teniple. Cutting Alfalfa Tht first crop ot alfalfa is being cut oday at ihe experimental farm. -This s Ihe resular culling, and promises }ields. On Hij Way Home J. S. Carter, general steamship cnt or the C. P. H. nt spent ygsierda> In the rlty, en route from tbe Pacific Coast to hid home. Lumber From Bruce County F. McQueen, the'well-known Ches- ley, Ont, rral estate man. is in the city today, inspecting: investments in Lcthbridge. He v, ill remain for a couple of 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 to per Thousand, Including Dimension, Shiplap. and boards up to sixteen feel in lenslh. also a spec-telly in 12 inch square timbers up to forly feel in lenslh. We also carry posts and a'large amount ot wood'and sawdust al itry low prices. Our .terms are spot casb. Call aim ECO us. The Belly River Lumber Co. A. H. KNIGHT, MGR. PHONE 1553 P. O. BOX 650 DISTRICT NEWS Not Much Rain Yet II. R. Johnston, oi Stirling, is in the citv loday. He states (hat the Stir- ling district, has received very llltle rain, hut the crops are all matins ex- cellent progress PROMINENT DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT TORONTO I CASH or CREDIT rr? but when the time cjrae for payment naval appropriations were txhaulsled Prom November 17, to the fol losing March, the account wss un- paid, and the claim now made is for interest on the amount fcr that period. The United States claims that llsgov- -nment'is rot'liable, like a private mJividual for interest on deferred lyments. In the ahscr.ro of statutory acd even where it is pro- Ided by law-, it Is not the practice he United States to allow it The rsnment took up the aittrncon sit- ing of the commission. Judgment will not be given now-. Will tie Interesting C. P. R. men are awaiting in- terest the arrhal ot Col. J. I.. Taylor, of Iho Bureau for the safe transporta- tion of espioshes. He svill ar.-ive in belhbridse on June 20, lo a lee lure in tile auditorium ot the V. M. C A. Railway men and miners are par Ocularly requested lo keep Ihis dale open. In a Will Help Project letter to ihe Associate Board WALK-OUTS IN ALL HILLS Diiluth, June In etery umher mill in Ihc state rr..iy result rom' Ihc present mill vrork-ers1 strike n this city. If plans made tod3y by the slriVera committee of the newly or- ganized' Dululh -Mill Workers' Ujiion do not go amiss. Cooper's. Little's Msicdougal's Krcso. In any quantity. Prices (in applica- tion DEBATING CHURCH UNION What a Pretty Home Yes, isn't it, ar.tl I.bought it'lrom Ih Albei'ia Outfitters 405 6th-St., Dominion end oil I pay Is SIX'S a week ar.d 1 never miss IL Toronlo. .lime de- on church untcn is pro- ceeding at the General Assem- bly of tho Church forces for ur.ion appar- ently growing stronger. Some v of Trade. P. L- Xaismith promises th of the department of N'al jra! Hisourcei. to any future. effort toward the launching of another nm cd fai-tnlng contention and eshib tion, which was discussed as a possi- bility at Ihe ann'.al meeting of the Uri- itcil Fanners o' Aibcrtn. Boy Dead Roy Xelson, fourteen-year-old son of Bertel Nelson, a farmer of the Clares- holm district, died' In the city yester- day. The south was wilh a sud- den attack of appendicitis, ar.d was to I.ethhridgo in an automo- wfeTtnit the opeialion proved unsuc- cessful, and he succumbed. The re- mains were sect lo CJaresholm today for burial. Diet of Culuorm If U were for the fad that cat wheat, and are a menace lo the cio.i, we would undoubledl> h.-ne breeding farms, for Mr J. D. Higinbotham The Start TELEPHONE NO; sa r Brakeman Injured J. J. Sncff, a brakemnn on the C.P II., was slightly Injured yesterday at wlion a freight car Jumpei the' trac': in the yard.. Shef? was ou op-of the car at the time of dera! ent, and-was thrpn-a off Hear Rev. p. W. Waihina'-on Meelings for the. material welfare odily moral uplift, and spi tual life ot tue stricken body, victim f cripple, hungry an riendlefs, arc held nightly in Cal donian Hall, Seventh street South. Gordon Back Again Gordon Spencer, for several moot: operator at the C. P. H. telegraph o fice, has returned to the city from Ca gary, for a couple of weeks lo relic A. B. Romboiign, press operator, w was taken to Gait hospital -BAYMOXD Raymond. June The whole south ountry is rejoicing over the rain hich tell last nlgbt. For oier one our it rained here and out soulh on ie Tldge about "one and a quarter uclits of precipitation fell.. Cro.n onditloDS are Ideal and the present moislure practically insures the crop. t is reporleditrom some sections thai be cutworms are doing a great deal of damage, but in "the. Raymond dis- rict very little, damage has heen done bis far. in conversation with 11. S. o Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cir.ful ind phompl FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr Martcl's Female Pills have been the Standard tor 20 and for'40 years prescribed anil recommended- by Physicians. Accept no other. Al all drug- of the district, he slated "th; worms have done very little da especially to the. fall grain, but to the Thc walet star.dslill for a while, no for a major- all spring grain, the worms, have taken about two per cent.; that leaves a good stand yet.- The Hnlden, Turlcy and Daugh- lan were lo Cartnangay this week. Mr. and -Mrs. Elliott were Sunday, evening callers with Mr. and Mis. J. To Shoot at Plncher The l-etlibridge Ojn dub will fend a team of eight men to Pincher Creek on the Klycr "tomorrow morning to meet the Piochir Creek club. Owing to their absence there he no weekly ihoot the traps tomorrow- evening. Lost Their Baby Jlr. acd Mrs. Richard (Jrabb. 1251 Flllh avenue South, lost their eigh- teen months' old girl, Edith, yes- tcrdiy, after a short illness. The funeral was held this afternoon from ip iesider.ce lo the public cemcUrj. ev. T. P. PCITJ- conducting the ser- ice. wire worm Is'.the'pest that hns'. tbe farmers most trouble" in this trlct. Mr. Speakman preached in PreEbyUrian church yesleiday'tn the absence of Rev. Tooaibs. Aekroy. and Ririe of gralh and Wilson just returned from New Yorfc, spoke ml romA' be second ward chapel. Mrs. Stella Hall, of Tuber, returned to her 'nome on Saturday. She has teen'vlailing her mother, Mrs. Holmes for the past week. rMlsB Dudley spend Iho week-end in Magr'ath. The dance given by' the baseball club vas a decided success. The soc- ial circles from Lothbrldge, Magrath, Cardston and many other towns were represented. JITY AM) DISTKICT To From the Camp II, of the Southern Al- berta Land Co.'s survey staff.'is In the. city for a few (Torn the company's camp norlh of Carman- Kay. Slriiklnnd the Dominion er.lomolo- gisl, has discovered that gophers thriic on cutworms, as well as Ihcy do on wheat. Ho captured a baby the olhiv day. and li feeding rrscr, ?f S re [i in wheat I ne eotlal There e oprusilion froi.i ir.fh- cllow jTcftrs .10. "Jl" wheat The igntficanco of Ihia discovery docs no't promise or.y .economic value. he gophers will always continue lo do rreat damage to crops. Awill Report of U. H. O. At Hie meeting of Ihe School Board on-Thursday night, a report wlll.-be ceiled from the health authorities dvising whether It will be nccessar; closo the schools for Ihe rernalnd r of Ihc terra on accounl of measles heihcr they will re-open nez Monday. I. A, Snap in Southern Alberta Land A auarler eecllan, 3 1-2 milts of fenced and" cross fcnced.Good well 12 -leep. tine house. -two terns and a granary. acres in ,'rop. .met, er receives in" mil." adce'in' two years. Wrile or wire, S. A. BUCHANAN ORAp.SY LAK.E, ALBERTA. BUSINESS LOCALS AUTO ISO- SPKCIAL- lor bll! ress Mrs. R. n. Wright, hlfh das Dressmaker, lias recedtls con tcJ a larss in Ihe Eas It now locileJ with the.Cror.- Cleaning V.'orVs. will tc. t tnrtl all patrons. And will m drearcs, wlsta, skills, in latest fashions. Phon 47t. Sin strtU i-oulh. US 12-5. IIKX C7u, Alhc, la llolul. 10; AUTO 1235. May ar.d Shirley have start- ed to school, this making an attend- lance of fourteen, the teacher and fclchiHrcn arc taking new interest and have cleaned the schoolyard and tid- ied up the house, making a great dif- lerenc.c in its appearance.-1 rone is' wishing lor rain Sweet Valley, as it is lob Iry to break, but the crops aro look- ng fine yet. Mr. Brorfie is hauling grain to Car- mangay. The grading camp on the norlh end arc dor.c and will he moving farther up the line .in a few days. Mts. Seabeck is refreshing her ,ouse with a double coat oi white jaint, making it new again. She has ilso purchased a driving horse and will lie- able to drive around and fill in time. SWEET VALLEY .lur.e I'aul- Icw days with 11 ROGERS COMING WEST Ottawa, .lune Robert Dog- is, MlnUter of Public Works, led or tbe west tonight. Previous to his departure he had many callers, la- eliding a number of membcra oi Par- lament, who are slill in Ihe Arthur Melghen, M.P. for U "raliie. goes west wilh ihe minister. "This docs not taste like SAbAfM" s Iho cornea when yon tith lh.fi substitute sou ac as good." There Is main-' lea ccple.J. no Miosiitule tor "SAl.AUA" b.it lea snows the dealer a larger proflt Sweet Valley, son is Holdcn The company well drill has mcr.ccd drilling for Mr. Hooker, beinz lucky to draw number one. 111 H horrd they w-ill all haic speedy success in finding-water. The committee' are busy practicing the day escr- cises fo' be obtotvcd Uc in services !o he at 3 n clock in the alletnoon.'. scraping pfl a hall diamond last Saturday. Jicrhcison lost a valuable'watch. Krertone searched, but K could not be found Mr.' Bnughman" had some 'nullin; .lifricull} CONSERVATIVES WILL ALLOW ACCLAMATION Bassano, June y. The Cor.sena- lives of the ridiug of Valley at a meeting here Saturday, after dis- cussing the question of contesting the byc-clection' here somewhat exhauFl- decided not to place a candi- date in opposition to Hon. C. R. Milcricll. The'general opinion was that the ttrr.e was. Inopportune aiiff tliat the paity might better reservo the Hrength until another occasion. The final decision was communicated to lion, Mr. Mitchell, who expressed bis appreciation nl Ihe. aclion of the opposition, and assured them that an a metnner for the he would act partially and In a non-parllran man- mMtrf (on huraday It Too Lilt1''' Dcalh claimed .lohn W. McKcan, o i line, >cstcrdEiy. was n ill on Saturday, and was rushed lo riij. In an effort lo save his Ife, bul all efforls proved fulile. in the lumber business at Irvine, The after- and was held In high esteem, body was lo thli ifcon for burial. Leaves on Superintendent West, o[ the Police, expecis to leave on Satur- day for Maple O.-eck lo lake up his new of thai division. Vttsl was one lime s'atlontd ai Vnple In speelor (leheraui K not cspectpd to arrisc tinV after July as he nov on karc o( absence till that dale. Delicious, Wholesome and Digestible The ICE mdke is rich, smooth and wholesome. Pure- country _ cream and natural fruit flavoring. This is why our ICE-CREAM is so popular. THE ;