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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bsit 11.25 a Day Ho'.tl I" Alberta ;RIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel It the and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay Extra large Dark Red Bing Cherries from Washington recelu-J word fro-.n our roaji la Washlcmoc ,wylng that ibe firs! shirmont of V-...OV epu to Ct any door or We handle the bcsl 'quality list foOtars. This means thai you can iriera up In a few minutes nest season, thus you the Hrce troal'le ot fitting new oscs .is as the cos; o! b-jyir.s then. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 S------ Grocery Oept.' 525 Whclesals Cect. THE GOOD COMPANY I High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-1 fectioncry. nnd ReUil Groceiy Deptj Mf Dept 1271. We Select Our Fresh Fruils and Vegetables Locally And see that they are Fresh and Good Choice Tomatoes, per Ib. ..25s. Green Onions. 3 bunches ..10c. Lettuce, per ib........... 25c 3 bunches 1Dc, Firm White Potatoes, 1W WEA'lIIEK Kdmontcn Sasa.itoon fan Cakary. cicv.r 76 74 55 CASH or CREDIT JITY AND DISTRICT Importing Shorthorns A farmer at Forrest, Sash., is im- porting 23 head of registered Short- horn hulls from Lucas, Iowa for sale at'Lesbbrirtse. clrar I'ott ilrir {Irasd Ilfgina, 1'entirton, fair Dct'f, clear Medicine Hat. tleat JJM-, clonih Ilrandoa, clear Nelson FORECAST Mauilota-A frw lo cat showers c-r thunder sl-jrins but mostly fair and n .inner today; Fri- day a lltlle i-oolfr. Sasijitcheujn ami .Mterta-A lorAl showcis, bul mostly 'air modcfatcl) wattii. 73 72 85 S'l SI US fl 75 SO ss S3 S! What a Pretty Yes, isn't it, anil I bought it from the Alberta Outfitters 405 6th St, Dominion Block, ar.d'all T pay is 51.00 z week and I never miss it. NEW Auction Rooms Personal Mention Joe McCall, of Carmangay nas iu the city yesterday, "C. E. Eear'le of Masrath, ts in town for a few days. A. Kesler and lamily of New Dayton came In to see Ihe circus yesterday. B. R. Vates and wife of Warner, came In on last eight's train, return ing' this morning to iheir home. Off-to Bow Island Bishop 'Washington left this after- noon for Bow hianii to a girl "T: years old'who was bom a cripple. She is a-dauehler of L. P. Bautiste, rliich seems to be yielding lo pray- r. The local services will be cor.- iuued' tomorrow nifnt, CITY AND DISTRICT C. O. F. Tonight The regular meeting of the C. O. F n-ill be held in the K. ot P. Hail a S 30'ii.ro. tonight, the nrinclple bus mc-ss Is initiation. AH the mc'nibe: please late notice. ed_ I roTs esjjrta erljr_ Turkish auctioa Vfll Tbe Turkfah bsea disconlliiued owmg to .repairs, and auction sales will not held this week but wlll'be cor.Unued oa Hurry up and Enlist Battery headquarters.- IQth street south, open tooigbt and fri- Friday Next JUNE 20th day nlgbt from 7.30 tc> 10 p.m. in :harge of Qm. SergL Jactson for those who to attend Calgary Irainins.camji; with 25th Battery C H Jl Party will leave oa Satur- day aTieriioon train via Macfeod. Ford': Chocolates FRESH FROM THE TORY FAC- Archie Was Deported Archie Mcecham, alias Archie Clarke, who, throe months.ago gKen a 95-dav sentence to the bar- racks for assault, was released and Ui't'orted (o Montana, wanted in Idaho on a charge Mo.pday He was of -horsc-stealias, but the authorities say. that as Iocs as he keeps out of that state he will cot be molested. Drug Stores Earllec Drug clerks will be given an eitra hour "off in the evenings during toe Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 e and phcmpt itrvlet. Band Concert Tonight The city, band give a concert to- night at Henderson Park. The wc-a- tiler Is going to be fine and a large crowd shoiild enjoy hearing the fin music. warm months. The follow ing drug stores will colsc at S p.m after. June 16th: J. H. Hiflnbolham H Co.; S. Jackson" F. i. Co.; Kenny. Allln; Tlie People's Urns Co., and the Red Cross Drug Book Co. To Instal Gas Gas inspector Winter ot the C. P. I was in Ihe citi yesterday Irom Me yesterday, wearing his bis broat smile, which was started by the greal ain which nearly snamped the en ire Stirling and N'ew Dayton districl in Tuesday night. Cbrls is an old, oltl-limer and bas ieen raising wbeat, cattle and horses ,bout as long as the next oae, and he crcns arc solng to surprise this year, and he looks for n early han'esL "That last rain cer- ainly helped ua out, and although -re We recehed an- other large shfpineat ol these- delicious chocolates. A Few of th.e Assortment. CHOCOLATE BRAZIL NUTS CHOCOLATE FILBERTS CHOCOLATE ALMONDS HONEY NOUGHTS PINEAPPLE" FRUIT, ORANGE FRUIT MAPLE CREAMS MAPLE WALNUTS Try a" sample and we aro sure >ou will agree wltb. others that these are the very best chocolates have tasted.- PRICE, 1 Ib. ASSORTED 75c. The Red Cross Drug and Bdok Ltd, CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the week were: fM3.SOO.SS the same week list jcar, J5SC.UC.96. How to Reich Watcrton In answer to a letter from Ihe loca board of. trade asking about the trans porlatfon facilities from Cardston to Ihe Waterlon Lakes. E. N. Barker, of Cardsloa, president of the Associate Boards stiles that the old difficulty is being experienced oisins to the lack of a bridge oier the river a few from the lakes, proper. Those wto know, say Ilial in this eveat, the li'-st nay lo reach lha lakes U to so via Pinchcr Creek. Was Given AsslsUnct A well-known Lethbridge old-timer who has good c onnccEions In Van- couver "and 'as a crack Jacrotsc Pasteurized. Milk Vand Cream WE ARE READY TO DELIV-'' EK PRICE AS OR- OR CREAM.. procMS the mlik'will keep sood the. lottest weather, and is blsflly reconi- meBded by -the-Mesfcml- prolta- sion'r- Lethbridge Creamery SOWth Ave, S, Phone 684 player on the Mtlibridge team, ten years ago, has fallen by thr. way- side and -just corcpleted a lerm in the barracks He immediately is en! oul and xol soused, and Ihen u-en up lo Ihe V. M. C. A. and appealed for clothes, a t and money. All three were given Mm.- and he Was 'to haie. !ef( for Vancouver 01 the first freight, but relumed to thi later in the evening .thoronghJ> "tanked." He given the best o ar.d cfumifi and is on straight and narrow way and Kreso, [n quantity. applica- tion J. D. Higinbothara The tt Store TELEPHONE NO. 423 never turn any ol il down, things are y safd iu district If we don't ;et any more at. alt." Mr. Selk things Ibat Tuesday's rain as the heaviest he hag teen for tvo .-ears. The fields were almost 'looded, and the grain on tbe hSIla was almost earned assay by the tor- rent. CITY AM) -DISTRICT. District Court, jrlll sit .'on' .Tues- day next on It3 regular monthly Bion. The Hat of caEC3 bas .not ye been set down. Everybody Happy N. II. Murray, formerly proprietor ot the Alexandra Hotel, was in the city from his farm at Wilson Siding today. Ho stated that on .Tuesday nlghi Ihat lhat district Irad experien- ced a splendid-fain, nearly an Inch qf been recorded E. Mason says the crops al Grassy I.ake are Ihe best over. It is one loud, smile with Eoulhern Alberla farmers.these days.- 1 Battery off to Camp About seventy nfflcers'anii men of the 25th Battery entrained this inorn- Ing shortly after ten o'clock for the annual training grounds just oulsiJe the city limits of Calsary..- The per- sonr.el of Major J. S. Slew art, officer commanding; Capi i. Ripley', Lieut.1 .'Mewbtirn, Lieut. Rose, Chaplain McMillan and Scrgl. Major Silllker. The men will be un der canvas tor K Hays, rotiirnin? two weeks from Saturday.'- One hundred were taken aloiig. They were inspected by Dr. Watson ot the quar- antine station loaded.. How Muc'h Rain Fell Since lasl Sunday .52 inches of ram has fallen In Iho l.ethbridge district lo the south. U A. Felser, man- ager nf the Ohlo-Alberla Farming com- janr's ranc-n soutn ot town, has talen accurate measurement of tbe precipit- ation. Thirly-sli hundrcdths of an inch fell on Tuesda} night, and the remainder on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.- -Mr. Felger Eays that conditions [could hardly DC much-better than al the present time. Previous to the rain ot Tuesday night, however, the crons were badly in want. He Carried an "Outiider" What the polico department term s a, very itnporlant arrest was that ade sesteiday morning ,-hea I-card Ison, a vagrant who came in on ie trail of tlio circus who was rrested charge of vagrancy. He jjpearcd tetoro acting Mapistrale Je'nlley yesterday morning and ueu until was Ivea 30 days hard labor at the bar acXi. In his opssession was found what the police call an "outsider ool which Is designed lo run through Warning to Boys ant! Parenls City Eleclriclan J, H. JlcUonell has been informed that small bojs all over the city are in the habit of climuing electric light polea, and are even going lo far .as to drive spikes into tiic poles lo aid them. Parents will readily rcaluc ivhat an cxtrcroelv dangerous habit this 13, and espec- ially after the lesson laugnt in this regard. In the past we'jk. roilce are on look-out for bovs or grown-ups vs-ho in any waj tamper wilh Ihe electrical cruiirment, and It Is iocurr.benl upon Ine parents to thank 'Vhe'i stllclly lorbirt Ihelr children from Took a Off A large of farmers from tie south country.look advantage of the Tuesday night's rain and came In fq he circus yesterday. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and J. Knsllanfcn wish t k'ndneea to them during their time" of special thank? the C O. F. and Mr. Mrf. M. Slr. and Mrs. Tjilf and the following who sent flowers: Wreaths C. 0. K; Mr. and Mrs. F. Sick; Salvation Army Sunday School. Cross frorii Umplov- ees of Lethbrldgs Bromine and Malt- Co. Spravs from Hjnddy School (teacher 1. Tuff; Mrs. Allda Bergh [Miss A, ttven nr.A Mist Schmuick; I Mr, and Mrs H. 0. Cockel; Brty Tuff; Mary Mitchell; Mr. R. (Julbert- soni Mr.PJid Mrs, Davey; B Sharman, Central School Clasi; Mr. F. Olocfener; Mr. J. Mrs Tuff and ai spray of pansier her favorite era, from MUD Dauy, 'Aleo many floral from her numerous young friends many-beautiful flowers from friends whose card's were not attached. ii.g whateier to do the to deadly, if The fact that hanOlcd by a novice. (or.e of the cit> E own ealplovccs In tr.fj elLcfrical department who was v.lih the danssr attachc.1 lo contact with the'uiies, was killed o-Jtrighl. sb-jjld be sumclenl warning Ths electrical deparlmenl of the city asked that this public bo made In Iheir behalf ami stated that they would and co'Jld not be respon- sible for consequenceB. Held up for Quarantine Rer-oila from C'O'jtls stale1 that th cattle brojght In 'recintly -by Messrs Wallace. Hon. Hill and Furman'fron Mexico, are being held at'the borde fnr the government inspection, an also lo tie branded. Some'of Ihe ion esl of the longhorns are being il homed in order to get them In th brartding Ehute, Thsy will be irive lo the rc.'pcctiie ranches tot these gentlemen shortly. Ont. ctietse, per Ib........ 20c. Dairy Butler, per Ib. ...30c, 35c, Creamery butter, 2 tbs. 76c. Frea'i Strawberries, 2 for Apolet. 4Ji Ibs. for .1-------25c. In addition to our attractive pVlces Ve she-coupons represent- ing 51.00 on ercr> JS5.00 si'eui. The Premium Grocery J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite Everybody Please Note Drug Stores Will 1 Now Close at 8 p.m. Upginniujj with June Kitli ami extending over fho wiii'in months, all. tlio. firms named below will close there respective stores at S p.m. Jackson Co. The. I''milk Iledley Drug Co. J. D.'lliginbotham Co.. Lid. Red Cross Drug niul U'u'uk Kenny and Allin, (The Dnig-Jiook Store) The People's Bring the Children Hero, to bt? pliotograriliofl at rcg- ulnr intervals. Have a picture of them fit each singe uf llioir, develop- niciit. Tn uftcr years you will be glad indeed- to liuvc the plibto- graphs. Photographer 9O6 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Start on the Subway Within a week or ten days the C. P. H. slart work on the subway. Over 200 men acd 311 or 40 teami will then be by Ihe company on the jards, ehcds and subtly. At present the steam shovel which he, used here tae Elca'o pll load- gravel for the foundations of UUI llulbu a store keyhole and clamp onto the which in many cases IB left n'the door on the Inside. The cor. riiaucc is scissor shaped, is very de- icate but has an extremely strong clamp on the handle. This tool 1 the first of Us kind the police here lave seen and Us confiscation is deem cd'as >ery timely. A drunk v.as the only other ar.pea ante 'at the police court this mornin lie being given the costs of the cour1 Steamship Arrivals The following clcaraship rooiement are rciiortcrt at the C. P. It. ticke office here: 1 The Canadian Northern SS. Roy; EdiarJ landed passengers at Qu bee on Tuesday morning. Wesler passengers will arrive here on Su y or Monday The While 3l'tr Dominion R.M. Canada, wan due al Quebec last nig arid Montreal today. Western rasse arrive liere Monday or Tuesda Tbe Allan lino S3. Corsican fro Llverpnol was ,due st Quebec Tuesday ar.d at Montreal Tuesd Lethbridge passengers a BUSINESS LOCALS freight thcdf. It te brought to Mthbridge In a few days and plactd at Ihe cut across-llifc liig bridge 10 load earth for Ihe fill at 13th street. A bridge gang will be brought In for UVERY-Phonc 1495. 1SO-C an At'TO 1231. 150-6 over, or.e hundred'men em- MX Albcr-iP'oyod on the y.ard whole la Saddlery, opp. Coaldilo 103-D1 contract.Is Ihe largey under In AUTO 1235, the clljr Uili >ear. Bought a Motor Car S. J. Shepherd, of the law firm ofj epberd and Dunlop, bas purchased motor car. Death of Mrs. Coyne The death occurred today of Rose- nc Coyne, ivife of Peter Coyne, on elr farm, hire miles from Hie city. rs. Cojnc was a %cry jjopular and tlniable womnn and her death is 111 use sorrow amons a large number friends. Mr. and Mrs. Coyne and -their illdren came to Alberta from the ates three years ago. Deceaaed was 8 Tears of age. Funeral arrangements arc rending ic arrival of relatives. FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr. Martsl's Female Pills have been the Standard for 20 years and for 40 years'prescribed and' recommended by Physicians. Accept no other. At all drug- London Man II. Pout, renreseniattvc of Ihe Lon< don office ol the Hudson's Bay Co., paid the local slorc a visit on Tues- day and yesterday. lie carried a complete range of samples from tho German, French and English manu- facturers, from Tihich somo selections wore made by Mr. Ijoihnan, for im- Iiorlatlon for next spring's business, nfght.' due Saturday. The. Cunardcr Carman at Flabguard on Sunday, p ceele'd at 7.10 a. m. for Uvcrpo arriving'there at 4 pm Ihe aam day- The Ivernia arrivpd at Naples at 4 p.m. Sunday. The Allanis wan safely launched on the C'lyde on the 9lh. The Ausonia arrived a( Quebec at 8 pm. on Monday (or tho wcat nrc duo here Sunday or Mon- day. ALU AROUMD Saving Event of the Season PAGE 8 OF THIS ISSUE ;