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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -t -'V The Dallas Htotel �|� the Best arid Most Converti; lent Place .to gtay .r A good lock will last nearly-'i^ life-time. Isn't the difference it affords in-safety over, the cheaper lock worth many times the small difference,In price. - - ' A. house -with good things Insicleand-cheap.looks is like a lot of money In a pocket with a hole in it r'\:'tf;^ '".fePr'^f FOf^-^ CLAY.//�' . Price Yours for quality, -phone8- Grocery Dept. 825. . Wholesale Dept. 1271.' the good company High Clais Grdcers, Fruit aiif :Con-fectionery. \ Wholesale a;nd,,Retail .PHONES- braeery Dept^ B2B .'Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER .02 .10 .02 .04 .04 !stai:^jng;^^,^i^k^ plant -liere. Negolia- 'R.-depirtmentiof Naturial, Resources rwth-tW rfeulbvthat lealse I has been isigntfd between the two partfe�;'^f(Jr>.t;i^o:; acres near the CP. Ri highiilerelvbridge on the east side to the' ijotthv'ot" ,the viaduct .the land I contains si. valuable deposit of higly igmfe .:hrifckT.clay, and the new cqm-ijany^'eipects to instal a plant w&ch '^irrhAve a^capacity of over 2,000,-Jq^B ^liriokl^a year. During the winter ;tte machineryr' ha"s - been purchas^ed. iM^it ptfii.i>is ?iiow on the ground. so that ^opeifationS' will start, early iiu slhe.seds|9ni^;,;v:fe.�, v:v,i;....?;.,:^,;.. ft�:|WiisrTirillBTn^te threes p^^ 4L�sthbria^6;iHthe:.iLethbridge Brick and iTerravvdotta^iGp.; the ; Bruce.; pliaint, anaBbKiRnpwUen Bros, plant, l^o netFjr develo^t^ts have come ^ ligbli as regards'the,^ new company, in jWhieK iE^'jtv -(| interesV- ea�- which^v^lt "have a plant at the K^st CiB^^' of^*be bigh. level, bridee, but ;the> claj*ideposi:t,,tbere is one of the bte.f? in. toe. .'district:.........' ' �fjThe ?KDowJdeft Bros, rtth by; elfectrijilty, the low power ratestprpvibg .attractive to the new ^obipattp, - _ , � Widow ^HAs scott's mss. i>-^liondoflj^''i|MarjBh o.-^Lady Scott; ;5�iftQ>T  c�r\thei;. explorer,j � ias cabled ,|!rdm,Neiw Zealand to Reginald Smith ^J^at M^i husband's journal is in her SoSsgssJon "exf^lent "aiid complete." iThe-W^ole lolpmal will*e piibliphed l)y^the;^mith-Bldfer"Co. The Strand 'Ate^iincwijl print, two or three pre-liiplniiirj/artfclea; -ji'-*" ^''_;^'iJi�jQ^'............ Max. Mln.. Lethbrldge, cloudy..:. 40. 35 Edmonton, Cloudy .... 40 ,18' Calgary, cloudy ... ,^ 44, 2^^^^^ Medicine Hat, cloudy . 44r 22 t Battleford, clear ..... 30 ~ 8 ;4 Grand Forks .. .: 7. 42"'^ 33 .15 The weather has continued aulte mild in AJberta, and has -been! milder in Saskatchewan and In Manitoba during the day, but ai^nlght It has Seen; colder, below zerd; temperatures rbe-ing reported. Light snoTiifaHs And, stormy weather has;.oocurreds)nc'e-'. Th^ Ancient "O'TdetypflPoresUiB^ hold a, dance in thp S^'O., hall Bn Friday ,even1ng,' March ^'rVf ' f^|t EganVRetflrns't";,!''� Pat Egah, ox-city'ffetectiv.e,.j^tiirn.. ed from the*; east.lott ih&;: I'ly^tbls" morning, after. vlslt^'gi his fbld i-fibme at Halifax^ duringV.lh4win^^i\?v^ will remalp in the cily-for sonieMiiref/' . v* . New Settleri"Gohe'South;.J4^ O. T. Lathrop^ y^ejit soutb/tSfyrfj^-, grath yesterday  .afternoon, with^. Mlnlon, who Is settlltigj)nrfii8'r|cti"htiy purchased ranch a^rtbwert;' of^..i�hat; town. He wiU; retumitomofroWJ inorn- Ontario Farmers^,Qalnlng'Monjsyv Geo. Butter, of .M&ieleqd^Tis:Inithe city itoday,.after teturniflg;irp!n',an; extended trip-in 0.nt* For allying -HELP THINGS ALONG-^- - POULTRY GRIT^ ' GROUNd^lEvSJER-SHELi POULTRY PANACEA.V ^ LOasfe KILLEB, f POULTRY BONE, ' } "iC"' IVJedlclne Hat Old-Timer 'Wllliajn Cousins, of Medicine Hat, passe'd' through last night on his way fi'tfrii;ar6atvPalls tohls home. '''.'',:t', - City Audit Competed, ;i;i^lji6;.^city,:;aud,ltors;have compliated thej'liSlZaudibvand; their report, will h&.v:lald^ before the finance committee ,ot'th& cbuncJii shortly, r .. ..- % '.i- l^elephone-foriNew Dayton � ;;Th6, sjilberta Government~telephones .have .aent a -man and outfit to New ;Daytoni;:to:Install,the. telephones on the-rural'lines out from that place ,r iBaeketball, Tonight ['' TwbjlJas'k'etball games In the Y. M ,Gr|!i^:a?f.. siated-for; t^ The [4rat5vWltbe;.thevBan vs! the School ;t^ifin^?^4tl�e^ second-tUetParm,ers'vs !the;'-Haglesj v , �2 '-1 ^^--vtFy � ;'v:Got:thei^Pei;mIt' ''r r I -ilJuildIng permit has ^ been' taken I;o�-^iylpraohe''Bros:; for " tVo gre'en-Ihouses^on their slteveast^ of thb city, HU4 cost'. tV' fie I's'.OdO.:' The' gfeen-'hous.ferf^lll be 32 x '200, feet in size (respect(yeiy,aridi,wllL more, than double itliite flizft'Of the*vplant here. r^je;';^'r:CpnductOr Martin Paroled f -*6fi.ij^*tR^,'it!bttd Mai-tln bf JCal^^i'^who sojne time Ago' was sen-jt^pcetf ;tq,>18 |wii8Vyesterday released on--par--W.'^'He'ha'd served li months of his -Roii'p diiRE qHARCOAL J.D.H^1^lllaft� The -Store TELlAJbpi?- A Cliatt^e to Save Money Evfery Day 2K6' 2So Evap* .peaches, arb for Eva!i.,p9tfi:\-2th8 for 'Evap.'Aprlcqits,"i2Tb for .... 3Bc. Choice (eodklrrg figs, per tb TOe. ,Cho|.cb-fPj',Mri*�i'per lb......10c Ral8i�!i8'16 osC. packet .....10c. Blue'Laber.Catsup, bqttle. .30c. . _ BLUE.RIB^ON,TEA, Sttie. for............. Tlie Premium Grocery Ljbby's Cataup, bottle......ZOd C, & b,' Mushroom', Catsup ' regular price 30c; now .. ,ZO -8 lbs. for ............. 70e, Choice Apples,.-4J6 lbs for 2Bc, Shredded Wheat;'2 for ... 26o �24^11ihSt-South J. TUFF, PllOPRIETOR Opposite TeiTlll* PHONB 874 BPILER REPAIRS �  � .................ry,.....� We have the best equipment for handling alUclaBses of boilW repairs. � > '. '! . - - ' * . _i'L-J Vf'Ai _..n.>weats a broad smile U un.-'thd.ljiscarS. is,'.attending ONTlOllVi BIYOM MP PROVINCIAL TREASfURER'S . Bl/b' ' GET SPEECH'^SHOWS A de-) FICIT OF- $245,991 1* 'CITY- AT^iDl|rji|OT. Red BoI^JCo'J.'iKH*^;'" S O.-E. "Red Rbae%meeting y�l.,.be, i.__1.41.1-i^ o?"3.'Aln(!/ifor..thej>pasti;t'syo.i'years,--:)iayb dlsjioJ,v.edc partnership, ./aMjPi'frK^ re^lRi'tbe- officea in ^tbe'iifKiiirkta b^ck .-VYhile Mr, Wllfcie.,wllUopen*''Uti' next :.to^the -Bant, bf '^NbvaMaobtlp i^ih .HulI;..ble�Ck. 7, ..v..., i:i.,.v.'.|.^'." car- w.^w,. V.',----St.^ le have a new , , . , ., a seven-pound ,'^'bnj"iw%'*;s-a as he .'sets^ lipj-"fhg,-Cigars, Miss 9tift!l .Bafesa'Jc sdhobl' ati; dal^s^t -Mr. 'afa^iMrsiX- iSteiige Ross wcrci jVoryiples^tii-iB^lor^'; Sunday afternoon- ok'Mx:''iiha-^'1ii$y .John' OUder. Andyv\a{oIiautfiilii&:'V-}�as hcen quite ,slck rth$:.,-;pa'-^.'' The' ndvV^ppSfr'efllUb; at Knappen is ~-Hi.,_',.Ci'.f +fli,;Ttifeimhis week. ^'^ . Tpr'oiito', 'MarcK: i^^drngic tha� there was a-defibit-andVet^therefWas. no deficit,'Hon. I. B. Lucas, acjbing proyinqiaj,. treasurer; presented .'to^tha legislature itodayi',the annual-flnaiicialii statement of the province.' ,* ' ' For the second time, as * adtlng-treasurer, Mr. Lucas has been oblig-e(l to report to'the .house thaV'tha, c'urreh-t; expendi'tuf es ; ijaye ; exceeded" ciirrfent receipts,, ."aiid, fhiV time^^.ther nominal defloiency-i is'.$245,99ij \' Be?, yond the statement,tTdftt as,now' .interests, were create^ in.,ihp province held tonlght;a"t sf^clook.-f'^Th^pSey bers, are; uree'^ numbers. RBX,TliAN8PB%,;gioi^r,0'ifl| o&ce Alia. Saddlery, opppalt? Coadale hotel For Quick messagbs ap(i)?|g5a�,f de-^ -� ' " irfdgtf M^serig^t "ger- i lUfMBRiPGE BOWING AND! ft;-' compan^Mmited ^�&^^WL^.';-'i.'i ':v:>Vaf)ti Double Service to Coutts ,'<'Thbv.^xlating schedule dp the,'Coutts branoh.of the C.P.R. Is not just as satisfactory as.It might be, and the people ipi the towha along the line are ! endeavoring Mhrbugh the /medium of 'the Assoolate Boards of Trad,p.to have ta double schedul^: Installed. . It was htntedi before; the new service bn the 'Caripa^rigay line- wsipstalled that :the train! .would run. direct through frbm Coutts to Calgary, givlnga doiuhlesaer-vlce, but this proved to be only a l,,rumor, M: present the .train leaves fliethbMdge at 9.30 a.m., returning at .19.30. 'Spme time ago-a new service? !w^s lfa(igura:ted on the south line and H.^fbiB\ruh direct to Great, FailsVndw^^ bW' FW|i�ir�r formerly passengers/had-' tde i�/ tchfingtMfc Virden Juncilbd'biSyi^^^^ N| W sR.jWft^' arrangement'^ oodtlnifes in mye'Ittif^effwi-some'time y^ -' iexplrbS - th6 existing service dh the livery call Lethbr.-o- ...-^-^.^ vice, Phone 666. . l^fcO AUTOMOBILE LIV6eY: .roio^�.*!06. D and M. of -iwhfsf rdrlytf-on Thursday, March 6t;Vat eigihtyctock. S. 0. B. hall. G^ntrem6ft^SQo;?l|dte8 ^^Golng out' of -husjaeiss:'" r'ijS/y-j thing selling at cost, .at E; P^rstas.^ 420 13th St. North,.opposite-Westminster School. , ^ -'^^i One dozen S,- C.- Buft'-Orplngtpnj hens for sale. Prides ' .rtfaS