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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta KREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best $1.26 a^Day Hotel In Alberta DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Beat snd Most Convenient Place to Stay _ As in evei"ything else we can save you money on TENTS and Camping Equipment. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 Sth Street Phone 761 The Very Best Time to Preserve Your Strawberries is This Week Quiilily \\\\\ be the Best and Price the Lowest W'r c! "oiYl tills jiKM-iiiii/; that this wepk hp the best tor buyinR Wnshington Straw- lip.-ri-^. i'or ttioy ;u-i' riiuMiing in lUUiulities ami tli'^ oiid of this wpeU will seo the best of them h;ivp cxtia largi- shiimipnts coniiufi in all Uiirf week and would advise everyone that wants to nr.'.. (w-\f. anv to Tihicc llioir ni'iipr with US at once. to pr.'.'('C\f any to place llioir oi'dor with lis nt once We guarantee tlie price and quality. -PHONES- Groccry Dept. 52S Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail ^PHONES- Qroeery Pept. B26 WholoMie Dept. 127J. WEAIHEK : t.rthhrifipe. cloarty ... ; Edmoitton. laiv ...... j C'alg.iry. i-ii>uii>' ...... jKamloops, lair ...... j Krooks, fair I Mpdicinp Hat, Sa.skatoon ............ I Rrgina. fail ............ i Hraruiun ............... Port Artliiir. clear ... Warm weather ha.'; clniiilv ... f^S ... 76 ... TO ... 74 ... 7ti> ... 77 ... .^S .. SO ... 82 ... s-J hppn .02 �16 ,=ill 5H 56 54 5.3 55 67 50 senPral ROBERTSON'S �����IMHI III.......�����nwiiiiiiWB-nnirtr-n- MOVING SALE Sporting Goods All to be cleared out. Slazenger Tennis Balls, per dozen .... $4,25 Croquet, $1,50 up, less 25 per cent. Books Regular S1.25 and Sl.oO Copyrights---- (Sov. Leather Bound Sets, at- Half Price. 100 Limp Leather Booklets, each ...... WALL PAPERS Room Moulding at 25 p.c. Discount Hov/ about a White House Cook Book 90c OR Our Limp Leather Webster's Dictionary $L25 Come early and get your choice and save your money. Terms Cash. Mail orders promptly filled and sent cheapest way. SALE LASTS UNTIL JUL Y 1st Present Address 413 3rd Ave. S. Next to Union Bank ! Tnrout;lioiit the prairie prounccs. Slunier.s of rain have falleu in central and nnrihrrn .Alanitoba and general ill t^asKalchfwan. Some very heavy rain.s are reported a tew places. KOKF.C.-\ST : Manitoba-Warm and ilin.settied with .showers and thiiiirier-{.storini!. tVednesday north-westerly l\\ind3, cooler and showery, j Saskatchewan and Alberta - Cool ; and showerv today and on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT "Country Giri" Rain or Shine A complete dress rehearsal of "The Country Girl" takes place tonight at the Maje.=iic Theatre, commencing .~hnrp at 7.30. All members of the ' society are urced to be on hand, rain or shine. Change of Dates Court Cnity meets tonight in Unity ! Hall. North Lethbrid^e. inslHad oi Thursday night. a.s originally announc. ed. Initiation and other business will be in order. All visiting members invited. Hammocks and Croquet Sets Vour home is not completely turnished till you have a comfortable hammock on your verandah, and a croquet set for your lawn. Our stock of these lines Is very complete and at prices that surely must be attractive. HAMMOCKS $1.75 to $9.00 CROQUET $1.75'to $5,00 The Red Cross Drug and Book Co.. Ltd. Phana 659 Third Av*. CITY AND DISTRICT A Novel "Cyclone Cellar-Carl Hochins, a farmer north of Grassy Lake, took refuge in a straw stack when his house was blown over duTlng the recent storm. Does It Pay? Three drunks, who floated in with the shows, wero eaiighr in the net last night, and soaked three and costs this morning. Appointed a Good Man Rev. Prof. Dobson. of Reglna College, has been appointed field secretary for the Department of Temperance and .Moral Reform of the Methodist Church in Western Canada, Grade VII!. Exams. On With examinations for Grade VIII. in progre.s? in the schools all over the , prcvinc?, I-cthbrid.!:e senior teachers i I are scattered al! over the south, as j � pesidiiig p.vaiiiinors. .1. I:;. Hodgson is | in Taber; K. P. atewart is presiding; at Cardbtou. as is also V. C. .Icnnin.^s, | whijp R. H. Thompson is in Ka.vraond. j De \'oe N'.'oolf, of Cardsion, is assist- j iny Sup;. Hamilton here. Church Needs a Pastor Th? ccn.gregation of the First Eap-j tisi. Church on Sunday considered sov. ! eral applications, which have been made rcgcirding the vacant pastorate. No action wa.? taken, but an effort will he made to have the applicants preach here, that a selection may be made. It is understood that Dr. Spencer, of Vancouver, willprobably supply the pulpit fcr the next two months. CROP CON EVERYTHING LOOKING WELL EX-j CEPT SOME FALL WHEAT j WHICH HEADED PRE- j MATURELY | Maerath, .June 2:?.-The crop ccin- ' ditions are looking very much improved since the rains of the p,i>l veelt- We were fortunate in .gettin; ; Do You Want a House? i Large seven room house, fully modern, for sale at a snap, if sold Immediately. This house has dre place, full cament basement, faces east on two lots, -and is within a block of Central School. This place cost 15500.00 but we have instructions to sell I same for several hundred dol-ItxB lees than cost. Dowsley-Muitiern Land Co. Sherloak Building, Phone 644 See ut for HAIL INSURANCE, the rain unaccompanied by the destruction tiiat visited some oi our neiKhbor.s. The only damage ilone was the blowin,;; over 01 a cliimney on the Hank oi Montreal residencp The spriiiii grain i.'i growing fa.st, v.hile much oi the fall grain that was burning is hriglitening. It was ;i little late fur .some of the fall grain th(iu.,::h, and it has headed out and liasn'l, got HUllicient growth- Kclger and Shelton are finishiiii; shearing. They report a good clip, avpraging up v.rll and 'getiing a good prscr. lor the woo!. Mr. F,':!gpr s.dd .-i bunch of iriult(jn, gPlting li/. ci/nls l!\p v.-eighi. in l.efhhridge, which is considered a good price, i President i'.. Iiiion'l. v.erc thp spc^^kers in 'the L. D. .S, .services on .Sunday afternoon. On Wednesday, .June 2S, the Wo-inen's Institute will hold an ice icream-strawherry festival inslc;id of j their regular monthly meeting. They ; are noted for their ability to rnter-jtain and for the highest class of up-1 to-riate cooking along with the kind mother used to make. It would profit all the ladi?s of the town to ,Tt-tend this treat and then .see the benefits of joining the institute. Mrs. .Vtkinson, whose arm was broden in a runavvay some time ago, will go to Uic Gall hospital tlii.^ morning. Tlie break has healed up nicely, hut it has left the ariti stitl', and it is necessary to treat the :^aine to give natural movement asain. Says He Urged Action H. V. Andrews, wool merchant, of Toronto, returned last night from the , .=outii country. He is not quoting prices as yet, and has purchased no laTge clips. When riuestiohed regarding the government's activity among the growers in helping them to inarket their i 1 wool, he stated that he welcomed it, j as any instruction on market reiiuire-j ments would s�rve as a stimulus to-; ward better iireparation and ma'rket-ing. Mr. .\ndrnws alp.o stated that I hP wa? instrumental in brin.ging about i this activity on the part of the government. Personal Mention C. C. Stover, manager of a large Milk River ranch, is in town for the fair. n. C. Harvey, president of the Soutliern Alberta Wool Growers, was in town overnight. Ho Jiaa consigned his Wool clip to a Toronto warehouse. Xril .M. Stalker, tlie Grassy Lake she.cpraan, is in the city on business loi- a f*;w days, and expects to take in th(! full-. ,f. F. Hpnninger, of Wcllin.g. well-kno'.'.n �Ms :i progrr-.-five, ui;-lu-uati: farmer and .Thcep i-nn'/iiL-r, i.s in town \r/: Uk- fail. P. Iii.:rns, of C.'ilgary, arrived in the city yr-.-tcrUay, and went south to inspect ill.- ranch at .Milk River. Gdphers There arc "a "few million of these "'money-caters" left. It's lip to you to head them off. STRYCHNINE. KILL.'EM-(3UICK, POISON GRAIN (Bolduan's) J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The ^Q/iUsSJL Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Services on Sunday There will be Roman Catholic Church services at Coutts, at 10.30 on Sunday morning. Rev. Father Dunne will officiate. Lethbridge Well Represented F. S. Hart, of this city, was one of the speakers at the Knights of Columbus anniversary banquet at Great Falls. New Pastor Expected July 20 Rev. G. H. CobblRdick, M.A., B.D.. the new pastor of Wesley Church, is expected to fill the pulpit for the first time on July 20. Good Crops to the East ArnI Olson, of r.,ethbridge, who is engaged in the real estate business in Swift Current, is In the city. Crops In Southern Alberta and Southern Saskatchewan are the best ever, he says. Open Too Late John Drohomocky, of John street, Staffordville, was fined $5.00 and ! costs this morning by Police .Magistrate Klton, for having kept a poo! room open after hours. C. P. R. Steamer in Port The Canadian Pacific s.s. Lake .Michigan is reported by wireless off ''ape Race: due Quebec Thursday. Passengers due in Winnipeg Saturday, and in Lethbridge on Tuesday at a.SO a.m. Some Good Dairy Stock Ray Knight, of Raymond, has sent In twenty-five head of fine grade Jersey cows for the fair. They will be Boid at auction, and are being handled by F. T. Holt. CITY AND DISTRICT Look Who's Here Nine carloads of racehorses came in last night for the fair. The consign-ments represent the strings of E. ,Mc-Kellar, F. K. Smith, G. C. I>oomis, T. David.son, A. C.'ishli, McGuire, S. Stewart and M. Childs, and all came from the Moose Jaw stables. Josephine Was Sent Home Josephine Turner, claiming Bow Island as her home, v.as forced to leave .^fedicino Hat, her general conduct not being satisfactory to. the police there. Before she left she accused a bell boy named Ecx-leson of stealing some of her money, and he was found ;;iiilt,v and SMit to i,ethhridge jail for a mouth's imprisonment. I BUSINESS LOCALS i ------ Orpheus Club dance at Lake Pavil-. ion postponed until Friday, 27th. C. Westley, Phone 715. 1�4--1 \\\ax TK.t.VSFER-Phone 670, Albor-Ita Saddlery, opp. Coaldale Hotel. 103-0 j Ten cents in the afternoon and five i cents at night rent for a cushion will insure your comfort on the grand stand this year during Fair days. Box I'.ii:'., City. 162-3 , ClTSHIO.N'S for rent on Grand Stand ' afternoon and evening during fair days. IG'.?-2 Don't forget the sale by atiction of the White Kstate property at corner of .'itli stivet south and i:th avenue south on Wednesday first, at three o'clock at the Court house. 163-2 Case Adjourned U'. B. Turner, a fair trailer, who was nabbed by Sergeant Kroning upon his arrival hero yesterday on the Westbound train, for the theft of a vain coat from a fellow traveller, was up in court this morning, but the case, was adjourned until tomorrow morning. Maxwell, the owner o� the coat, appeared against him. Purchased a Curiosity F. T. Holt, of Raymond, has purchased Ray Knight's three-legged colt, sjrhls colt was born minus one front leg, and is very active. It is two months old. Back From the States H. \j. Helgerson. who had been on a business trip through IlllnolE, the Dakotas, .Minnesota and Wisconsin, returned on Sunday, tf the big crop prospect here is realized, he says Southern .Mberta may expect a big rush next spring. Steamship Movements The Donaldson liner Athenla is reported at the C. P. R. ticket office here as due at Quebec yesterday. Passengers arrive here on Saturday. The Cunard line s.s. Carmanla docked nt Xew York on Sunday, and the Carpatliia on Monday. Machnery Confab The case of the .'Masaey Harris Co. vs. H. J. Stevens, and the Stevens Fitrmlng Company, in the Supreme Court this tnorning, was adjourned until tomorrow. J. N. Ritchie appeared for the .Massey Harris Co,, Mr. Fraser, of .Medicine Hal, being counsel for Ste\cns. Notable Production Coming to Star-land The management of Starland announce that they have secirred the excluflive motion pictures of .Miss Helen Gardner, the world-famed actress in "Cleopatra," for next Monday and Tuesday. This will he. an attraction well worthy of the patronage of every local theatre-gonr. A fuller description appears on Page Three oi this Issue. Chicago Wool Buyer N. Rapaport. representing .lohn Hag-erman, wool merchant, o� Chicago, is in the bu.ving ring here. Mr, Rapaport stales that the wool bill is sure to pass, but that it will not be in time to benefit the Canadian growers this year. He would make no predictions as to probable prices. Has a Fine Voice At Wesley Church on Sunday night Mr. .McGougan sang Frank Brackett's "Oh, Eyes that are Weary." The selection was eminently aiiltpd to -Mr. McGougan's fine lencr voice, and his rendition was perfect. .Mr. .McGougan is rapidly becoming one of the most popular singers in the city. WAS FATALLY BURNED BellevUlH, Ont., June 2:;.-'Lizz-le Atherton. a twelve-year-old March-girl, was today fatally burned at the home o� Mrs, FliBhar, NewcaBile. Preserving Strawberries Personally Selected You Can Depend on the Prices being the lowest. Choice Creamery Butter per pound ................ 35c. New Laid Eggs per doz. ..25c. Best Ontario Cheese, lb. ... 20c. 8 lb. Sack Robin Hood Rolled Oats................. 30c. 10 lb. Sack Fine or Standard Oatmeal .............. 45o, Large Bottle Lime Juice ..40c. Large Raspberry Vinegar 35c. New Potatoes, beet price. Old Potatoes, quality guaranteed ,per 100 lbs.........75c. In addition to our attractive prices wo give coupona repreBout-Ing $1.0u on every $2o.U0 spent. The Premium Grocery W*.11th 8t. South i. TUFF. PROPRIETOR OppoaUe Terrilla PHONE vm The International Cafe A Good Place to Eat Best Service. Good Food. First Class Ice Cream Parlor in Connection Cigars and Tobaccos 308 FIFTH STREET SOUTH If You live out of the City you will have an Opportunity to have YOUR PHOTO Made l)y an Artist who,se Avorlv is of a super-^ ior quality When at the Fair Our Photos have individuality, bring out the real personality, the fine points in character and the little traits that make you what you are. VISITORS ARE INVITED TO CALL AND ,SEE STYLES TISE^ Photographer 906 THIRD AVEINUE SOUTH NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL A. N. PACKARD, PROPRIETOR Two Blocks West of C. P. R. Station, Corner lat Ave. S. and 4th St, The Most Up-to-date Hotel in the City. Kuropean and Amorictm plan. Rates $1.00 day and up. Steam heated, newly furnishod rooms. Special rates for Theatrl-cals. Free bus meets trains. First-class Pool and Billiard Room, Burber Shop and Sample Rooms in conneotioii. TWO DINING ROOMS-35c and 25 cents. Full course meals. Hours; Breakfast, 6 to 9.30; Lunch 12 to 2; Supper 6 to 8. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY . WHITE COOKS AND HELP SOLD BONDS y 1 J At a hurriedly-called meeting of the City Council yesterday afte-rnoon to consider finances the city sold a further parcel of $�0,930 worth of 4% per cent, bonds to the Wood, Gundy Co., at .S2.42, and extended the option on the remaining $50,000 of and the $110,000 worth of u's at ^S.r,\i tor a period of six weeks, an the condition tliat the bonds be printed, and the money from the aalo of $200,000 worth of 5'e at S'J.b'ii be turned oi'cr to the city In Iho shortest possible space of time. Two mouths ago the city gave the Wood, Gundy Co. an option on $227,-000 worth of bonds, of 'which $IU),000 wore 4',4per cents., and the balance, $110,000 worth, fives. At the same time they sold the Wood Gundy Co. $200,000 worth of fives. This accounted for a full issue of $427,000 made in February. The price was 89,53 for the fives and an equal price, 82.42 tor the 4i/a'8. This option expires next Saturday, So far no money has been received, and the council has befen getting anxious. However yesterday It was learned that the $200,000 worth are being printed, and are expected to be here before the end of the month, when they will be signed by the Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer, after which the money will be Imntiediately paid over. Orders will be given Immediately for the printing ot the remaining .$227,000 of the issue, of which the Wood, Gundy Co. yesterday purchased $66,900 worth. The company yesterday wired that they had an offer for this latter amount and would doso the deal, provided the option on the linlance of the Issue was extended six weeks. G. H. Harmon, munagCT of the Rank of iMon-treal, was present and advised that the option be granted and (he salo made. The Wood, Gundy Co. has expressed itself as being displeased with the action of the Council in granting an option to the Stimson Co. on this issue of $Sfi3,000 now being made, whila an option was outstanding to themselves. It is understood no further options are to be granted for the present. Mrs. budwig, of Waterloo, committed suicide by hanging herself In tho wood shed. There is no tea on the market which does not show the dealer from one to five cents per pound more profit than "SAlijVDA" does, but not a single one can equal it In the tea cup. You may order "SALAI3A" bud be sure that you get it, for it is Imitated closely'In outward oharactor. Martin's Baggage ' Transfer Phone 13 8 6 eareful und phompi narvleau For Sale Splendid Farm of 160 Acres Situate 3V^ miles south of Grassy Lake, a prosperous town on railroad half way between Medicine Hat and Lethibrldge. Grain grown on this farm was shown at last year's Dry-Farming Congress as it came from separator, and was muoh admired. Good granary lU ft x 32 ft., also shack and small outbuilding's on land. Two schools within easy reach. Win sell for $4,000 cash or on easy terms. Land -six miles further south sold at more than this price 3 weeks ago: Only reason for selling, I need the money. For particulars write, BOX 18, HERALD OFFICE Or Apply In person 619, 1Bth St, South, Lethbridge 16 ;