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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel 1lYimlsor Beit a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHSRIDQS The Dallas Hotel Bm and MoX Convcn- Itnt to Etiy Sweeping Reductions Off All Our j Refrigerators and Screen Doors Three only, Refrigerators. i Kesiulnr price now i Washington Strawberries for Preserving One only. Ui'giilar-imi-i1 812.00: Two only. Kiiaiuel Regular price Now S1E.QO Screen Doors, from (and up) 75c 'Screen Dour Hinges, per pair........ C.W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" -3 lOSth Street Phone 761 Are now a; thtir bei-1 au3 IIMP arranged en nnd ThureJav and susrar.tce Ihe quality A. 1. an Jcr the wee'.-ecd B. C. GRANULATED CANE 20 Ib. per sack VINE BRAND TOMATOES, Sanitary tins: Pr'ze per tin 15C. BRAND CORN, PEAS BEANS Price tins for 25c VINE BRAND VEGETABLES, eisorled cam. 24 tins, per case 53.00 VIM BRAND ASSORTED FRUITS in hnvy Syrcp, 24-tins, per case Jt.25 LO haie extra shipments coiulas lu neit iuld strongly adilse >oj ,lo preserve your straw- id tbe i-rice as as are some WASHINGTON STRAWBERRIES, fin? Per BaiVet...........'................. 15c. WASHINGTON 8ING CHERRIES, extra Urge red onei, and delicious, ptr 10 bcx FRESH CREAMERY BUTTED, or Wild Rose per Ib. J5c. FRESH ASPARAGUS, 2 Ibs for......M.... 35c. RIPE TOMATOES, per 25c. RIPE TOMATOES, psr Your Credit is Good Qur June Bride JO Discount Now On' Outfitters .DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH.. ST. S. Business Property h-t 3.lots; cldse to 4th street lj years Apply.I.O.-Box 67o Calgary> Alberta.: MR. LANIGAN, OF C.P.R., IN BOX TELLS STORY FOR THE RAILWAY OUaVa, June tiie eastern freight rates case resumed before the Railivaj Commission this morning ibere was'presenl the usual largo ar ray of legal'talent pnd railway qffi cials. Tbose. "present included Brickneli and H. W. White, represent ing ibe Dominion goverameat; M. K an A. Macdonald, freiehi ex pcrts, representing Alberia and Sas- katchewan; W. A. MacDonald, repre- scruiag BritiEtT and -Isaic lade, repressing the Winnipeg Board of Trade; I.. W. BEatty, F. P. CbrystltT and W. X. Tilley, represent ins the C. P. R.; F. H. Phippen and C Anderson; representing the Can adisn J. L. Walsh, repre- senting the Canadian Manufacturers Graad Trunk v.as not represented by counsel when the case opened.. On behalf of the railways there were present: George II. Sbavr, al'raanager the Canadian Xorthera- Vice-Presldent Dairy mple, of tht Grand Trunk; C. E. freight1 agent of (he G. T. P. at Win R. Mclnnis, freight traffic manager of the' C. P. R, and W. B Lankan, of Winnipeg, assistant traf fie manager; J.- P. Muller. ihe Wash ington raiUay expert, who has'pre- pared aa exhibit on railway rates in be United States, and who will be put on the aland by ihe Dominion's coun- sel. Mr. M'bitTa, filed the board a number of exceptions to the exhibits PHONES-----. Dept. 624 DepL 1J THE GOOD COMPANY High Claw Groceri, Fruit and Con-1 fectionery. Wholesale RcUil -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept Wholesale Dipt I27L We Meet Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Locally And see thit they ire and Good Choice per Ib- .26c. 3 bunchei ..lOc, Lettuce. Ib. Radlihtt, 3 bunchti ipc. Firm White PoUtdM, per 193 75s, Ont. Cheese, per Dairy Butter, per Ib. ...30c, 3Sc, Creamery buUer, 2 75c, Fresh Strawberries. ..2 for 35o, Apples, Ibi. for.......25c, lo addition to our attractive prices we give coupons Ing OQ artry JZ5.Q3 Bi'cnl. The Premium Grocery J TUFF. P WEATHER S3 CO .32 55 CO 50 .16 49 Letfifaridge 7S clouiy -algarr, Prince Albert, dear___ ?S -IS >a-jplun.....: Si 61 Emerson, cioudy 7S clojtiy S4 Vcgreville', rain....... 75 Broods............. T9 Medicine Hat S3 clsir...... SO 5i iloose Jawf........... 6S Minnedosa, clear...... CS 50 lirandoa. ctoar........ 7- 5T Winnipeg, clear 72 4S Qu'Avpelle fair and a ht- o warmer. CUT: AND DISTRICT The Bank Clearings The clearings for the ngine today were Same xek fast jear Ford's Chocolates FRESH FROM THE TORY FAC- We haie juVt recehed an- other large shipment of these delicious chocolates. A Few Music snd Qramatft Society Thsre be a full practice of "The Couatry Girl" evening at the Ma- iic Theatre.- comrnencing sharp at Everj- meniber of tfce Leth- bridge. Music and. Dramatic Society IE urgently requested to be on hand. There will also-he-a important meeting of the executive committee of the society, nnd'-it is imperative that to CHOCOLATE'BRAZIL NUTS CHOfcOLATE FILBERTS ALMONDS HONEY- NOUGETS PINEAPPLE'FRUIT, ORANGE FRUIT MAPLE CREAMS I'MAPLE WALNUTS Try 3 sample and are pure you will agree with otliera that thes'e art the very best chocolates jou.v haie ever tasted. 1 t PRICE, Ib.1 ASSORTED 75c. The Red Gross Drug Ltd, pi-nn. SSV'iSJJj Third Avt. CITY AM) DISTRICT Looking Over the Work John Timothy, railroad contractor, Is la the city from the aortb. He Is visiting line and the canal contract today. Band Concert Tonight The Lethbridge City bund will play at Henderson Park this evening, wga- ther permiltiBS- Should the weather be .unfavorable, a full rehearsal be held Instead of the band concert. Mr, Nlckells Indisposed Frclsbl Agent McNeils has been coDfined to his home for the pant two lie is expected hack at desk soon, hois ever, as his Illness Is not serious.. A Pioneer Citizen 3. Trans well, merchant of Taber, spent yesterday the city. >1r. TransweU Is one ol the bethhridge pioneers, having coiiio liere over tho trail from Medicine Hal. tnenty- elght years ago. Board of Tfaere will be a mealing of the Board of Trade council toulght In the Hoard buildiog. The regular monthly meeting of the full hoard will be held ;omorrow evening. Committed for Trial Tony I Bombard was committed for trial on a charge of murder by Magistrate'Ellon. His trial will off al the next sitting of the Su-k, captured sis youog coyotes from a den The coyoics alout as large as a full grown cat, and all captured aliTD. The you05 ladles propose to muffs made from (he skins of the little-felloes, thus crcat ing the trophies o' their escltin? hunt into permaacat He Likes Lethbridge J. E. Ch'.rchn-pll of the Canadian Swift Co., Is in the city. During Hie week he haa along Ihs hsen visiting points east of tne city, and In the contiguous states and provinces for which comparisons rg made are- not ItmiUd. He quoted figures of population and production, to show th'at In regard to both; the advantage lies entirely with American railways. Objection F-as taken by to compari- son made o-f rate6 between Dululh and St. and similar' dlslances en finds crop candlllons very good. Moat of the sections hate been visited wilti welcome rains recently. 3fr. Church- well IhinkB Lethhridge has a little mine in Gall Gardens. Hi! has ,ed Mexico, Cub3 Sab-American countries, cities J.D.HIGINBOTHAM riCO, LIMITED v Family Dlipendng Chemliti Indian L BASKETS PIN CUSHIONS, MATS, FANS, ETC. -_' ALL SIZES AND J. D. Higinbotham Co., ltd. Building Permit 3. Buss, Nineteenth, street North, las takeu out. a permit to huild a addition Iv bis George Btrugar, of StaffordviHe, Is also mak- ing improvements on his house to cost f350. v Mrs. Edward Neidig Dead Ethel Ktina Neldtg, aged 22, of Edward Iron 'Springs, died this moraiag at 1'6 o'clock, after an Ill- ness erf about six weehs. Kuoeral ar- rangements are not yet made, but in tcrmeut nfH.be at Iron Sprfngs. To Second Degree Lelhbridee Lodge, No. 3P, A.F. A.M., meet in, resulnr communication tonight In the Masonic Temple, Posl Office Blocli, nhen tho second degre of their lands rajgbt meaa He ultimate con- fiscation. "I have my doubts as to the sue- iss of grazing sheep on these lands, and nouJd be more Inclined (o Ibat the be devoted to caltte and that the sheepmen ta rights In the fooltilllfl. which, doubt will uKlmately ba F have opened up to their use. "Thfs work that by CITY AND DIJBTBIIQT There Woo! Men to Meet fcc a full meeting of the are laid Oiil on 'tfie same For beauty he ?ays, has all other western cllits boatcn. Southern Alberta Wool as- sociation on Thursday, ?6th, p.m., in tno Hoard of rooms, Masonlr, Lodge to be Consecrated On Friday night Al 8 o'clock In Hurgmann's Hall. Thirlecnlh sirccl N'ortli. the Masonic' lodge In Xorth Charily U U., 'a-lll he commuted, and M. liitif Ct. 'ihtrlock Building, Phone (44 ttf Ul for.HAIL INSU.KANCB, the C. P. R, jn western Canada, Iw. the G.M. at the Grand Ixiflg-cof Al- He said that owing to special con- s- J- ot Calsary. HB by Deputy His Honor Judge .la'.ttion. and other members of Ihe Grand Ixjrlg'c of dHioTJS a particularly low rate has al- applied between Duluth ar.d the tttto cities. said fs't between tlieee two dtlea than In have-beon extend- any other direction out of either, orj.ed to l-ellihrldgo Lodge. No. 33, anl Ibaa grnerallr prevailed In the Siar All mcmhers Ken Stales. The big bobbing trade which .eitats the two cillcs, he eatd, donlributert largely to the low rates which prevail between these tvro elites. and visitors are cordially Lanlgan continued thai (n a numter ol co'msel [or Ihe Dominion gorernment In rale com- perlsont tiled had laken long mileage and compared Ihe charged ftltli tbe ralos charged on ilmilar tnlle Igd In Canada., but Ignored the'facl fn the Uollcd Stales llo lower rale was due ID tbe companion of ioao olhur a KUSIXBSH LOCALS KSX Alhcr- (a Siddlery, opp. CaaiJale Hoful. lnvll.nfon dance at Jake Petition, Monday, .Tune 23. l C' AVeatley, secy, ilnno 7U. Cushions for rent at fair this year on the grand stanrt. Afternoon K'CJ evening: fie. ,Kecp hi mind the supper and pocfal of the Altar Society of St.-Pat- rick's Church on Th-jriday evnning. Supiier from 5 to 7 p m Ihus desire to take under renta, I.avn evening. folio vi 3 Lost The two-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bat-roft. of. av- cnuo South, who died on buried this afternoon at four jb'clocii: Want to Borrow 3. U. Wilklc, of waited on the Mayor and Aid, Works and Property..cornmitiee io if the club could count on bor rowing from the city about JiflO the purroee oE building a host and club house at the lake. The rnone> would te paid baric as soon a'a the club had a revenue from The whotc matter fs under corisfdera-: tlon by the civic officials. Steamship The White Star-Dominion liner Meg- .anllc due al Quebec last Tuesday aighi, ami at Monlryf on'Wcdriesdftj'; Western passengers are due In brldge on Monday. _ The dinard lir.e Maurelanfa'ar- rivert at FJfihguard on Monday fnorn- iog, and at Liverpool "oh Monday nighi, Tlie Caronla afrive'd M Flahguard on Sund.iy, _ The at New York on M or. Jay. Personal Mention R; P. Attdns, farmer at New is spending the day.in wn. IT. E. Lofte, of Ihe jSwlft Canadian Company, is ttopping at the Alexa'n- dra, ,'K. H firth, the wool buyer for H. Vi Andrews and Co, of Toronto, ar- fived It) (own last night, going south this morning lo Warner. Mr. An- drews went on to the- coast. lease more (ban twice the land (bat IE "available for gracing. "This project of opening up Iha Blood Indian reserve to the smaller stockmen fs ao excellent thing, and It will rr.enn a great development In ralied farming for Southern was tho statement made by lion Archie McLean, secretary of the pro- vince, who spent Tuesday In Leth- bridge. "I he added, nslead of planning to fenca the re- serve ar any portion of It In tho ranEing oC leases, that ihe best plan will be to permit of tbe running ol cattle at large thereon, charging n fee per head, and that Ihe provide 500 or more puro bred bulls, as required, to bring the slack of the province up (o fl. higher standard, in fact mafcc It the heat that there Is. the people o! tho Bouth bring this matter to the attention of tbe government is TQOSI commendable and has ray heartiest support, and I to see more live stock produced throughout Southern Alberta. We iiavo gqt'to raise more, and now is our time to to make tha money there is in "doing It. This mixed farming cnmpaign IB one of tho greatest 'things to Southern Ai- berta I fenow of, and U Is Eure lo sprtad day by day and yen by year. Our marketing the next considera- tion, and from my investigations I hare no douht; that those along these lines hate the solution well in hand, and the desired reauUs." bring about There are Eonio dealers who will subslltute for some other tea" on which they rnnko a larger pro- fit. Don't be Is no other tea that iriii satisfy you FS Afk for and refuse the substitute. _Et, P. For East Mlddleiex, dlej Isct 73, In the houie of his birth. Everybody Please Note Drug Stores Will Now Close at 8p.m. Beginning with Jiuic JGtli aiitl cxtomling over the warm months, nil the firms named below -will close there respective stores at 8 p.m. .'Jackson Co. The Prank Hcdley Drug fJo,