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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Best Ji.25 a Day In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE TUo Dallas Hotel ll the Beit mil Most Convcrv lent to Stay Sweeping Reductions Off All Our Refrigerators and Screen Doors Three only, Hefriiverators. JKegulav [nit if -Sll.JU. Olio only. Regular price 612.00: now. Two only. White F.uiuucl Washington Strawberries for Preserving Regular jiriee J.OO: Now Scrooh Doors, from (and up) Screen Door Hinges, per pair .-58.75 i 512.00 .....75c .....10c Arp aou- al their ttil and tp extra Isrg? sbijisnenls coming !u next MI rvnJ Ibureiiav flrontly advlEe to iireseric xuur slraiv- borrio.- ittiun. We suarauKe Ihe yjaliiy A. i._aud Ibe I'rtco >s as auy. Here are souia Biiecicla ih? WASHINGTON STRAWBERRIES, line tlock. Per BjjXtl-..............'.............. '5e. WASHINGTON. BING CHERRIES, extn red ones, and dtliclous. per 10 paund 52.15 FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER. Kncchilt or Wild Rcle Brands, per 35c. C. W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O 5th Street Phone 761 B. C. GRANULATED CANE 20 ID. sacks; per sick SI.IQ VINE BRAND TOMATOES, Sanitary tlrn: Price per tin ,..........1 l5c. VINE BRAND CORN. PEAS ana SEANS Price twc lifts for..................... VINE BRAND VEGETABLES, assorted ca..... 24 tint, per case BRAND ASSORTED FRUITS in heavy FRESH ASPARAGUS, 2 Ibs for............ 35c. RIPE TOMATOES, per Ib.................. 25c. Sjrup, 2t tins, catc 54.25' RIPE TOMATOES, per baiVel........... Your Credit is Good -----PHOMES------ Grocery DepU 524 Wholesale DepL IJJ THE GOOD COMPANY High Clan Grocert, Fruit arid Con- fectionery! Wholesale' and ReUil Greccry S7f WhcleuT> Dtft. 1271. We Seleci Our Fresh Fruils and Vegetables locally And see that are Fresh and Good Choice Tomatoes, per Ib. ,.25o. Ont. Cheese, per Ib........20c. Dairy Butter, per Ib. ..30c, 35c, butter, 2 Ibs. 7Jc. Fresh Strawberries, ..2 for 35c. Green Onions, 3 bunches Lettuce, per Ib........... 23t Radishes, 3 bunches lOc. Firm White Potatoes, per 100 Ibs.................. Apples, Ibi. for.......25c. In addition to o-ir altraclhe prices we give COUIKJDS represent- Ing JJ-00 on eie The Premium Grocery St. SouWi J. TUPr. OppoiUe TtrrHIt WEA'lIIER I ..FLAX PRODUCTION In planlir-s fias for the rroduction of the largest pcssible quantity and best grade of fibre and at the 'same time produce as much seed and of even a better quality of seed than "la usual, sixty pounds of seed s'aould be planted to the acre if drilled, anu if broadcast up to serenly pouads Our June Bride 20 p. c. Discount Sale Now On i i Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, 'SIXTH S, PHONE ;pe Buffet Lunch, Next Theatre'; new nianagement' Everyt'nlng'up to date j AND NIGHT' HOST. C. FITZSlMMONS, Prop. Do it for Lethbridge S.VIOKE "MI PERLA" AND "LA DELLA" CIGARS. UNION MADE.' At ill first class and HORSE'S: KICK WAS FATAL Moose Jaw. 'June Lair born-, of CMcago, wbo land ii the Loreburti died yesttrda ftSp-the resalt of a runaway last Tue day. He was driving a broncbo, an the animal rearing, the-doctor fe from-the tugBy.' He was severe! .kicked in Ibe cbeet. His bod; will b shipped to Chicago. PROVINCIAL PREMIERS' MEET Ottawa! Juce Otlawa .loj sal says a ot; Protinclal. Dremlera will be he In Ottawa In September. Do YM Want a House? Large ieveti.roona house, fully .modern, for-salo at a if EOld Imoiflrtlately. Tbls hoiue baa .fire place, full bwe- rrifiif, SB within i block of Central Scfioof, -This place coat do1- coat. Imlrj-lifteri Uil Co, frufMlrtg, Phone M4 1 for HAIL' fNSUflANCE, ound should he prepared, and i! roadcasl shoald be well barrov.-ei! iu d rolledi Sowing should be done as early In e spring as possible, and may. not time to mature If planted later an the latter pan' of May, so that idge. cloudy..., rain I'algarj. fair........ MaUeeu.......... Red Deer, Brooks, cloudy...... Coronation, fair..... Vegreville, fair.. Baulerord......... Pilnce Albert, fair Sasfcalooa. cloudy.. Kiuderiley. cloudy clear Swift Current, rain.... Moose Jaw. cloudy Kegloa, nlr McoEQittin, clesr Estevap, clear River, clear Russel, clear........ Mtancdosa Virden, clear....... Brandon, fair....... Pierson, clear...... Cypress Itiver. clear.. Ma-den, fair....... Port Arthur, clear Xamlcops......... MSI. 78 CS "77 S-' 52 SO 74 75 00 SG Mic. 65 1.11 54 4S 53' 44 e: 53 54 .i: SI Sfi 71 nl 60 58 45 5S 55 50 SO 52 51 at 4o 49 52 50 52 .SS Ford's Chocolates FROM THE 1 TORY FAC- 50 34 55 50 .50 Nelson .......V Qu'Appelle, cloudy Grand Forks a? .54 Warm iscather bas been general the [irairia. provinces; re- ported in Slanilob'a, but further west storms occurred, and some very e growth will be rapid, jwlll prevent and will produce a fine raw'ttith an abundant percentage :d fine quality of fibre. Sown early e crop will be ready for harvests e first week in August, tbe looay on op can oe cjred for under the most vorable conditions and will produce golden colored.straw that is Undesirable from a fibre stand- oinli-'.U is Impossible to secure erired color in' straw if seeding is ie so late that the plant gets 'and the straw reir.ains green, and if not properir a'fler be- ig hecomo what is enned in' the fibre trade "foxey.1 hich' allows the outer barfe to come ff, exposing the inner bark or fibre o destruction or deterioration to tbe lementa. To secure the fibre and seed heavy Forecast today and on Sat- urday; showery. Saskatchewan and day. CITY AND DISTRICT Pasture for CattTe Raymond of naymond, has leased ten sections of land In the ge -country from'tne Land Company, fc'r llie grarin'c of cat- tle. r have just received an- other large shipment of these delicious chocolates. A Few of ttie Assortment. CHOCOLATE BRAZIL fAJTS CHOCOLATE FILBERTS CHOCOLATE ALMONDS .HONEY NOUGETS PINEAPPLE FRUIT, ORANGE-FRUIT 'MAPLE CREAMS MAPLE WALNUTS a.sample anrt we arc sure you win a.erce with oioers'that tbese are the sery best you ever tasted. PRICE, i ib.'ASSORTED He. The Red Cross Drug Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT For tne Exhibition TV. J. MorriEoii, of Kalriighl. as brought Iti set oral head of sheep, ige auii cattle, for the fair. In Their New Store The Simpson Co. are now located i their new store Iu Dominion Block. It lias bceu handsomely [Hied up and Is ose of the finest, in the ciiy. Relieving the Hay Famine Several carloads st hay from Card' ston and M'oolCord are helping to Jleve ihe preaent'local hay famiuo. To Hold a Rehearsal The Excelsior Male Quartette will hold a rehearsal on Sunday afternoon at 4.15, at ttie regular meeting place. Sports Committee Tonlaht The lommUtec in charge, of the Do- minion Da) sports will hold a meeting tonight at the Y. M. C. A. al S pm. Wilson Still at Large Charles Wilson, who escaped from the barracks on Wednesday, has not yet been apprehended. He was the rst prisoner, who has managed to out for Iwo years. To Build a. Mouse Horace Fordjias taken "out a permit o build a IiouVe and barn in thu Park- ale- Addition, valued at JL600. These will be among the first buildings to e effected in that part o( the Parliamentary Blue Book Shows Large Differences Betwerie Receipts and Losses Ottawa, Juue companies doing buBlncEa'fn.Canada received a gross.ariiourit.'of 27-1 In durlug 1912, and'pald ut for fire losses IJfe Insurance received claims aid totalled 'The ailcnt figures of the 'annual' blue oofc issued by the Federal Insurance under Federal for. ast year. In both branches i nee the totals 'sbav large gains.over ic preceding year. Fire- insurance .companies ,had on ie whole a decidedly prpspero'js jear. he from "premiums Tho ]iremliim Income In- creased by some and the net amount paid out (or losses increased y" -British comjianies re- caeb from premiums of Practice at St, Augus- Tt-.e tin's Tonight members of the Music an3. Dramatic Society arc "not- ified thai tbe rehearsal of 'The Coun- try Girl" tomght takes place at St. at should be cut or pulled pust as ie seed Is turning from white to rovrD, Ihe .seed more rer- ec'lii iu Its snock, securing its nu ripient Troa the straw, than where ft-ed to stand and thoroughly ripen before eutling. When Eown on irrigated land the ilanl may be abundantii irrigated rom its earliest growth to thrte or our inches in after that frequently. -If the.grou-th of flax s checked for Vant of moisture the ilanl stools and tbjs deteriorates Ihe valuo of Ita Mbre. There is no other ilaot thai'responds EO readily to ap-j plici moisture. "Er-periir.ehts made in Montana in he growing of fiai on irrigated land, or tbe production of where .uflrcjent moisture as applied W prevent the gtowlb of the plant being ctej until it wir.'e into flower a height of over three feet. The best results front 'and itat i as flooded by the breaking of a ditch when the flax was or.e to thrc-a Inches fiat !n Ibis field securing a heighl of forty inches. ThR test qiiallly and lengdi of flax grown on an Irrigilc.l red soil that harl been planted to alfalfa and corn also produced ex lion ally hall, nnrt at the .Ma- jeslic Theatre, customary. All members are urged to attend on time. Practice commences at 7.30 sharp. CuUvorms Finish Work H. Strickland, the government eniomoJogiat. ID charge the cut- worm Investigation, made the state- ment this morning that the worms were through working for this year. The only real damage done at Iron Springs, Ihe farm of A. J. Fraser, who lost shout.twenty acres of grain on account of their depreda- Mr.' Strickland will continue and investigations throughout the season, in order to be 'uUy prepared for nexi >ear. A man, to settle a wager, once stood n Bridge. IXHrfon, Koglandi and offered A sovereign, to our Canadian piece, for" one tno cents, each. He only sold one. A poor woman bought that for her child to" play wtth, Wliep the value of the coin was discovered people flocked loj the bridge fo.buy trcmendcus nuanll-" ties- B-Jt .the man were too latc._ Our -sale if drawing near to a fin- fine Max, for the production! J.O.HICINBOTHAM iCO, 'UMITED Family t Dispensing Indian BASKETS PIN CUSHIONS, NAPKIN FANS, ETC. ALL SIZES'. AND PRICES. J. D. Higinbptham Everyone Is Cheering F. J. Morrison, one of the most sue essful farmers" tbc whole south ame in last from'New ton reports regarding crop condition! are wonderfully optimistic. Services Tonight Set vices vfill be conducted in th Caledonian Hal! this evening, as us Mr. Washington. All interes ed in healing are especial! urged to attend. Board of Trade Tonight Owing to the Etorm last Hoard of Trade esecuLivc'meeting dl hot matoriaSize. 'The building was 1 darkness 'However, the full Boar meet for its regular montbly mee ing this evening In the Board rooms. 000.- for au Increase: of' over 1911. Am- erican Hnd _othor .foreign companies show comparatively In business. Their' ft-om pre- miums-totalled "a gain of -Tbtir riefltotal for losses an Increase The'-total of paid for fire losses' ypar Is highest since the total reached twenly-Beven Canad- ian, British' and sixteen Ameri- can cbavters fciu Canada topV-up Ib new policies lng'1013 a-to'tal of which Is more thanMn 19l2, and more than'double that of 1909. ncrea'aed over. 19il lltjie poltdes i millions, aid for, IOSSPS 1 00. The net'c nd of the year, of about 'during IporaUons.. by these the end of th'e year was The bulk 'handp rf Canadian cor- he twelve months. British companies carry over half if tbe total araouci of risks in Canada, heir total being as ompared with for companies, ahd rfor American and.other foreign compat> es. Canadian companies, numbering twenty-eight, received, a net casfe'rb. corns 'from .premiums amounting- to '_Hnd paid out for ioasea .Canadian'companies iefliied nfrrr pol- icies" amounting'to last year, bringing their total amount ot Insurance In force up to British- companies issued Jast year Ins-jrance totalling 37.319.000 In new policies, bringing" the total Amount In force up to American companies Issued 000 in new policies, bringing tbelr to- tal in force up to Rainey Pictures a Sensation Mr. Chester Hice, advance man for the Rainey pictures, was in the uty today, lie says Le'thbrTdg'e ftill be the first place in al which vrlll be shown, and he hopes foi a big start off. The olclirres are creatiag a sensation In he United States. CITY AND DISTRICT The night. Mayor on the Job. Mayor was on -the" job. last lie was out till1 three ready to aid in case any was needed. tfrere were no DUB There were', .nee tails. ikn. Malce a special effort, make of fibre, should not he irrigated after coming into fibro, biit can stand a great deal of water after (hit Iim3. 'After being harvested fiat Ehoir.d be immediately shocked 60 aa to pro- tea the straw from tfce'tlemenla as I alternating shower and Sunnhlnr; while not deteriorating the reality of the fibre, making it vari-colcred. When pulled, the fibre of for the reason that the ends of jibe fine threads are tapering, as -nature maVes them, in cut- ting- the nbre threads aie cut off grjjTare at one p-jlling is done a harvester attachment. indicated the slraw, aft {iortunlt> tw, buy at prices. the Advlj' Remanded Until eelecttorta yon haye an op- The preliminary hearing Roland Mr a nearby farm, the "cow's chain to her natst. Something scared the cow, which ran a'ay, drag, gin? the girl through the bush for-lwo A man found the girl (led to the cow. He thought she u3R dead, and notified her nartnts. Thcj went ait and got the girl. thinking sbe wan dead, waehed her and dressed her In .1 white dress and laid her out tor burial Fhe hours later the child op< d her O'ff, and the doctor was rnunrl tha rMM forfnl con.dldon. BUSINESS LOCALS C70, ia Saddlery, opji Coaldale Hold. 103-0 {ntllatlon dance at lake I'aiillon, .Monday, Mine 33. C. Wcstloy, tr.cy, phono (13. Everybody Please Note prug Stores Will Now Close at 8 p.m. Ecgiiining with Junn IGtli and over-the warm inonths, all the firms riairied will close there stores at. c Jackson Go. The 1'Vaiik Hcdley Drug Co. Co., Ltd. Gross Drug and Hook Co., Ltd. KciViiy mid Allin, (The Drug-Book Store) Tiic People's Drug Co, A ;