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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f FREE BUS TO AVL TRAINS Hotel Best S1.25 3 Day Hatel Ii Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRID06 The Dallas Hotel Ii the Beit and Meet Conven- ient Place to SUy I TENTS AND 1AMMOCKS DiflViviit :uul all now gooils, and for less money you on buy them iMsevrhi'rc in C'iill Mini M'f ilirm. You can ki-rp cool nt C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 Extra Large Dark Red Bing Cherries from Washington Jusi trora our man hi Washington first thTyment ot K.ii'c; OPrries is lo arrive olihor Toursdaj or of Tliese Cherries are ihiyg ojt ih? and will lasi about I en While tie afksou is oa vve nil! have about t-asei- each il you to.vrcserie only the best, see ihese. t NO. 1. RED SOCKEYE SALMON, IN ltl> tl.c- bttl including Clover Victoria ;uul Korw Shoe Syeoial rer tin 25c. DAILY SHIPMENTS OF WASHINGTON STRASV today, livo bartels for 45c. -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept 625 Wholesale Ecpt 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Clan .Fruit' and Con- fectionery. .Wholetale Retail 1J WEA'lHER I.ethbnJfA cK'idv- j Edmonton', riDBih- JKanloops, clejr 1 Ked clear j Madwd, drat..... Prince Albert, clorfv- Rejina, Brar.dcn, clear Poit SaiVatooa, clear A Snap in Southern Alberta Land A Quaner seclion, 3 1-2 miles so'Jlh of Urassy Lake.' All Jer.ced acJ fenced Good r.e'.l 12 feet deep. Fice house. Wo Viarns and a granarv in crop, uhich the purchas- er receives ill full. I'rlre WM re-' acre. CdEfl, bll- ar.ce in years 'Write cr S. A. BUCHANAN GRASSY LAKE. ALBERTA. CASH or CREDIT COUNCIL YESTERDAY STRUCK THE HATES AND FIXED THE EXPENDITURE 11 7S 74 S3 Si S3 S3 it> 76 90 -IS Calgary, ilcar Slf 51 Medicine Mat, rain 93 62 -13 Moose Jaw. clear 55 63 Winnipeg, clear 'S Nelson.............. 76 51 Warm weaiher lias been tie prairie provinces. Vcrr high temperatures recorded in Southern Albrtta and parts ot Sas- ehevvjn, SO degrees being reported at several places. Local rains have fallen in Alberta and Saskatchewan. FOREC VST Manitoba-Fine ar.d very warm to Jay. Thursday a few local showers or thunderstorms. tew local showers or thunderstorms today Thurs- day cool. Alberla Norlhuest 3'md.s, a local sliowcrs, but "utosllf fair and cooler. Ford's Chocolat es CITY AND DISTRICT In a Live Town W. S. Ball, Ciiy Solicitor, is in i naneav. l manga y. What a Pretty Home Yes, Isn't it, and 1 bo-Jgfat it from the Alberta Outfitters 405 6th_St.r Dominion Block. and all I pay is 151.00 a week and 1 r.erer miss It: THE Letiibrlilge Cleaners PHONE 1565 Ladies and Gents Get your clothes'together for clean eierjthmg. For ic'jr high-class chemical dry cleaning. try the Lethbridge Our prices are reasonable, on out of orders we pax of express. attention to all orders, Medicine Hat, June At a n.tet-! ing 'Of the city council today -Vlder- ruaiJ ciinirman of the finance commit if c, submitted a report show-. ina the appropriations (or tfce ycari 1813 as Kstimated expenditures cf Phil Ltzie_ Promotsd P. L. Lezie, of Barons, is in ihe city today. The former Lethbridge_ profes- nal ball player, -has risen in the ks of his company, and Is riow oue of tue assistant Inspectors. HIE n headquarters will he Calgary! icirrvc estimated receipts public schools separate school school reserve supporters The rpport was adopted anri liylaws TV ill be drafted fixing tiic rate of tax- ation for the year as fotlous For purposes tpn mills, for sepatate tchoolsi 5 mills and a gen- eral rate of 15 CincinuatJ, June hundred delegates representing FRESH FROM THE FAC- TORY have, just received an- Bother large shipment ol these delicious chocolates. A Few CHOCOLATE BRAZIL NUTS CHOCOLATE FILBERTS CHOCOLATE ALMONDS HONEY NOUGHTS PINEAPPLE: FRUIT, ORANGE: FRUIT MAPL'E CREAMS MAPLE WALNUTS Try a sample and we are sure jou will agree with others tbat are the very best chocolates" Q-J h ai e ever tasted. PRICE, 1 lb. ASSORTED 75c. The Red (Iross Drug and-Bppk Ltd. r'hont Third Mr. Oonaldton In South 6. Donaldson, of North L ridge, has been to Great Falls lor he psst low looking over in estnients In the growing Montana metropolis, Sensation-In SfgM A. J. Career, secretary of {be Un- ited Mine WGThers of. America. Dls- j trict IS, is in ibe today frcra Kc-raie, lie refused to mahe any state- ment regarding the Monday election for president, except that sensational might be expected in the near future. The result ot tbe el- ection was a surprise ia the Feraie camp. Excelsior Choir Concert The Evcelslor Male Choir be assisted in the concert tomorrow' ev- ening by [our well-known local sing- ers: George Fleming, the accomplish- ed bass; A. S. .Mcftougan, whose sweet tenor voice always delights; Mr, made a name in" Geof- frey of the Country Girl." and George Mil ford, robust Uror. The llclieta are 50 cents ar.rj 25 ceuts, and should be secured from" any IT. em- clties in ths United Slates and Can-1 ber of the cboir. A large crcad is an- ada were present the sixih an- PIT-OX F, l.Vio 323 Fifth Street, So'Jlh. nual conifntlon of the National As- sociation ot Building Owners and was called lo order here to- day. The', organization has for Its j object the bringing together of the owners of building or their represent- ath EE for the purpose of bettering conditions, construction and manage- ment-of buildings The Atlam'a-Ceor- jgla delegation is making a strecucas eflott to capture ibe 1914 convention. There sre more ihan mem- ters erf trafle unions In Holland. The yearly record of I deaths and S Ferlousl> Injured. Ii f W-'- Thousands of Folks Merely Play With Corns They dlub them They pareoffihctop. 'I hey apply a fell pro- tection. The corn and twite a wceV ihc treadccntis repeated. That's playing a com. A Blue-jay takes the whole coin >callous, everything'. elsV One applies il in a jiSy, and Tain slops iuMactly. In 43 ho-jrs takcf-ffEhcplasier and lift out the lof'jSTStd core. Nn ro fOTcneis, (in inc-in- Ner.iecce. You simply forget (be corn. Wh-in it is.xnr.e il1s for go'id. Thatcori won't torn? back. The imer.tor of Blue-jay sped Vears on corns. And now a mil- lion corns a no'clh are taitftu out this way. B ttops ihepab i C tvrapi aroMR-1 ri-e I( i D Is robter lo f tite ra l in be Blue -jay Corn Plasters Solti by tSc and 25c per package Kflmple Free. Also naMtn. (Mi) Burnr t Clitigo New York, of Surgieal Dreiiingt, elc, iclpated. Come and be relresheiJ. Battery Leaves Tomorrow Morning The Flattery leaves tomorrow morn-1 ing for C'aTgary to encamp for six- teen dajs. The are already on tbe cars, and horse cars are! spotted at the stock yards for the' horses, which will be loaded at seven o'clock a.m. Twelve men from Milk River and ten from BEainnore have ar- rived lo join the Battery, bringing it up to 75 men- About fifteen more good men arc needed to bring It up to full strength, anri to accommodi'e these the recruilJng station at the ar- mory, Tenth street South, xiill be open in charge of on Thursday-and KrJdaj eCentngg Any men who cannot go with the Rattery in the morning will liave transports' lion provided for them up till Sat- urday afternoon. Captain Rjpley. an advance p.Etily of men, left for Calgary thla rncrning. Kreso. In auyt "quantity. Prices OH applica- 'iioii J. D. Higinbotham The TELEPHONE NO. 822 ITY AND DISTRICT Budding Permit F. T. has taken out a aiding permit for a JOOO norkshop nd stable, on Kitteoath street South. Off to Grasiy Lake Harry Drieps, of Grassy Lake, re rned last night from Great Fails, lout, and lett for his home today. _ Hat Moved Stand J. R, Van Haarlem, shoemaijer, has eaioieJ to 311 Serentti streei South, Ehe the Sherlock Buildlog (Uitz's lei Mrs. MacKenrfe Burled 'The funeral of the late Mrs. Mar Mackenzie ttas beld this morn ug from Fe-tteriy's underUKins par ors. Rev. T. P. Perry officiating. In- ernient Tras at the Letbbridge cem- tery. Band a_t the Park The first band concert of the sea- son at Jlenderspn Pari, be'held omorrow night at eight "o'clock. Band- master Cline has a Tine Inecl'tip, and if (he Deathsr permits a large may be expected to' tbe lake during the- evening. A bandstand is being placed at'the lake, and re-painted, for tbe use of the band on concert eieninga. _ Police Court The usual quota of and hobos ame in on the trail of the circus to- iayt and tuo are lodged In ths cal .booH. Oue vag was up before Act ng Magistrate Bcntley this morning iut'was' reniacded until tomorrow ouc drunk who appeared got the ;osts of the court. Send New Statements H is stated by the city authorities lal no new notices wit oe s_ent out as a result of yesterday's .en per cut on (be aEfessnien over_the'twholc city. A circular ly be sent out evplalnirig tbe ck cumslances. Steamship ArrivdEs The Donaldson liner Cassandra 1 as due ai Quebec on Tuesda last The Allan, line s.s. Scandinavian from Glasgow, due Quebec o Sucday; and Montreal on Monda> WtEtern passengerE arrive in Letb Sridge on Friday, .We Select Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Locally And see that they are Fresh and Choke per lb. ..25c. Ont. Cheese, per lb 20c. Onions. 3 ..tOc. Dairy Butter, per lb.-.. .Me. 35e, firm While Potatoes, per 100 StravAerrlts, 2 for rig qulla plainly. This was the first time- I had discerned anjr object through R gfasa window. "I being wonac.-fully blessed, and fully believe that God is Eofny to ghe me back my Mies Connor adopted one of tha babies from tbe shelter and takes great pleasure In caring for tbe lit- tle rTillf. Archbishop Washington's are held Wednesday, Friday and Sal- at S p.m. ID (lie Caledonian ball. wlien tvas and I am not disappointed. "I attended the meeting hcH hy the The United Garment Workers' [on not, issue (.he label to any firm that employs child labor, tends work to She tenement does not pay a NUng wage and not furnish good, clean, sbops for employees. :TI-; OF TIII-; CAXAL AUTO 1235, 130-G BUSINESS LOCALS AUTO UVERY.-Pbbne J235.' 1M._ H >ou are paising 11. A jVrlght's Etore, irider7.-car in lalc-at fashions. Phone 47< ;th street IjgC AUTO 1235. 130.6 KKX TR tin. AlUr- la Sidiileir, opp. Coaldale. Jlotjl. lOMj TO ffly million and (o eompleUd'ln five enable Ihe- largeit jrjln boati on the Great Lakes to journey from Fort Willlum to tin' iti with Canadian main. ;