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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta /JlEEiBUS TO ALL TRAINS � ? Hotel Windsor ,f ------ � ,1 - Best $1.25: a D*y Hbtel (n � EACHES-28^.per tin...... 20o. Per Case................................. BARTLETTPEARS^as; per tin ......... Per Case ...-............................ STRAWBERRIES-2s, two for ,.>.'........ Per case ........ .................... RED or BLACK RASPBERRIES, 2s, 2 for Per case ..:.................. GREEN GAGE'RLUMS-2s, 2 for . Per Case ...j._____......... LOMBARD PLUMS-2s, per tin ........... Per Case ...V.'.;. ...----,................. FRUITS-assdrted. cases, per case $4.25 20c. $4.2& ..45c $6.26 ..45c $5.25 , 35o, $4.00 . 15c. $3.00 $4.50 JETABLtS-ASSOrtea cases, per case . . .^.^a � � ..w..- ---� J � � We carry all kinds oLgallon goods under the Vine Brand and will quote prices on application. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62S Wholesale Dept. I27t. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-iectionery. Wholesale and Retail .PHONE8- Grocery Dept B2� WholesRla Dept. 1271. A Chance to Save Money Every Day WEATHER Max. Min. Lethbridfle, cloudy ... 45 25 .01 Edmonton, snow ..... 44 28 Calgary, cloudy .. .. 42 30 Medicine Hat, clear .. 42 20 Battleford.......... 44 - Prince Albert, cloudy.. 40 12 Swift Current, cloudy 40 . 24 Moose Jaw, cloudy ... 36 25 Reglna, cloudy....... 35 15 Qu'Appel}e, fair ... ..� 36 16 Mlnnedosa, fair..... 34 18 Winnipeg, clear ..... 38 18 Port Arthur, cloudy �. 38 18 Kamloops......... 34 Nelson......... ..- 55 28 u Pentlcton........ 50 26 Grand Forks 47 24 .Mild weather has teen g�n?TaI throughout the prairie provinces, especially in Alberta. Forecast Western Provinces-Continued mild, and, for the most fair;. CRANBROOK POLITICAL WORK-' ERS ,BJU8Y-NEWS OF THE BRIGHT MOUNTAIN CITY , ;6ranbrook, B.C.;iMarch 9.^The can^ :\Sellatlon of-the Voters' list by-the prd .'CvlM the- early "days ' oC\tIie week ,lias been the cause of political camps. ; A*f!^ for -the preparation of the new. Hats will- e:q>lre on April ^i^and tci-ensure the inclusion of al!^ entitled tb vote much strenu-; ^otiofiwork win be neceasar^. The lAb-s'i'oftilj'aeBooUitlqn called ;a special meetr t ;lngA-at: their rw Immediately the p'65i?s'reached the city. Dr. J. H.-King, a-:Jp,niiBr liberal' member for the con-,4{�tij;u^noy presiding. A strong com; flinUj�e was appointed to deal with the . �Te^trtratipn,  buti all wouldrbe vot^s ifshould take the- necessary steps to /pl&e themselves on the IlBta. CviirrrhiB qualification is that the appll-i,"^^^ 21 yearsof j;toiage^r=w^o,ihas geslded.in thpi,jrovlncf j � eJsi-montfis,^^ �conriltuency' at'le4�t ,th'ree months. p'SV'-Th^'.Conservative  aesociaUoa..are iC'ralVoiannouncing,a mating early next , ^weet....   -  . � � V: - A.fB.';'Qr^p^.r of the. Prospector,- has : 'been^�app.ql^ted collector" of �Inland , s B^venue'ifpt-i.the Cranbrook .district. .Jl!P,j Graofe'-is-on ofthevpionpers of CITY AND_ DISTRICT To Hold a:So)8ial s The adult Bible class, of.Westminster Church will holdi'a social on Tuesday hlght at the home bff Mrs. Brlcker, Fifth avenue North. All friends *iU b4 cbrdially welcomed. Want to Join the-B.oard ' f' Farm Products, iLlmlted,' have m^4e application "for membership-.to the Associate Boards of Ofrade through ^eg-retai-y Finley. This-concern are engaged in the creation and promotion of markets for raised-farmed products in Southern Alberta. Kf'uiiJ'v T.h- s,* 1- I .. Journalism in B.C., and has always been a strong supporter of the party now in the ascendant, but has very mahy friends -and well-wishers among those who are opposed to him politically. �^i.' J.-Deane,-editor of the Cran-hrook Herald.has been recently on the sick list, but is now In business again. - The Overseas Club will hold the us-ua^l monthly, meeting at the Carmen's HaU, on Tues'flay evening, March 11. 'wfien'the programme will include a Wh'iat4rlve;rafad a lecture on Living-"stbne, 'the gres^t African explorer. '"The montlitlj'.meeting of the Oran-hrpok Pqultry^'asBociallon was held in "Matheaoii's "hall on Friday evening. The committee appointed to act in conjunction with the other three government asaoclationsreport^sd that a meeting had been held, and prellmln-AiT/^teps takens with a view "to the nc-"qUsitlonofu" hall for the purposes of th^ assooiatlonB,; fA T discuBslonf;and -judging competl-tlon took place'6n the Buff Orpington, two TOOSterB.'ft hen and a pullet he-ing.sh^wn. by:'members for the pur-:pose.' These discussions are very useful: andTpoiijililT, and the association has several members with sound tech-nical.'and' practical knowledge which is 'tfreelsr' plais^d at the disposal of Iheir fellow niembers. .'.'MrsifW. F. OuM, the wife of Mr. W. E.Gurd, president "of the Board of n:^ade;^haB 'h6�h seriously.ill, the latest iiformation^that'Shehad taken a.fturn, for theibetter being very .welcome to hfer-many-friends. - - '.The new proprietors of the Auditorium announce-'the Allen- Players in "The College Widow" for their o.pen' Ing night, ^Ia^ch:-;^7^ .This well-known combination of .'plpyera are always pppular .in-Crapbrook. ..  The men in the �mploy.ofthe CP. Ri-shopg,'Who have- been on 'short time for a week or so/are all'tci start full time bn'M6nday,'Mar6if-''lO. ' "".The'snow"has almost enlirely^disappeared, e^fcept inshelteriidJplacesAand ill" prognostloa tlpns ".pQlntv to^ an:,;eiarly s'pring: A'large amOun^ .pljoJiS^idng has; been don* - during -'thfe ^Itoter months, and, a Jarge .'acreage will; be brought under cultivation In'the coming, iseason. ' . - ; . � ' �� -I.,- One well- known rancher south of the City,, whoso. hens produced-four-it^eh dozen �ggg In one day, and during the winter'never less than four dozens m one day, had no difficulty in ;aispoBing. of the produce at very re-mune.rative prices, i Worki OP; th^ Kootenay Central is progressing. W. A. James, construe �jtlpn engineer of the C. P. R. from AV^h-nlpeg,,'pa'BBe'd'through Cranbrook 6n l^^aTiwayfto Wasa, to inspect the pro^ -,;{fi;^s.ibt�^h^hlg: bridge over, the Koo-jt'9}jay..;iRlYW-at-tl�at point. They Will Get It ' Farmers.aroundjRaley have tmade ,a request thTOugh the- Assodiate Boards of Trade for a shipping* yard with runs. The matter has been taken up with the C.-P. R., and A.^ C. MoMuUen, C.-P; R. live stock; agent, states that plans are going forward for the installation of th-6 same. Fifth Avenue Baptists Rev. C. Ci McLanrin.-fiuperlptend-ent of Missions, occupied the pulpit- of the Fifth-fevenue Baptist'Church yesterday. He preached, two very helpful sermons, which-were much appreciated. The pulpit.next,Sunday will be occupied by, Rev;"Mr. -Milton, of AlTdrie. - v - ...........- - _ Mrs. J. Mills^De^d The death took plao^ in Gait Hospital this morning of Mrsi /.Mllls,ot North Lethhrldge. She had been ailing for some time,-and th�' dlpeasa seemed to haffle 1;he doctors'from the start. MrB. Mills -was a native of Kent, England, her husband heing a prominent member.^bf'the Kentish association of Lethbfldge. v'She ,wasi a member of St. Mary.'g Church, and 'wa� an earnest woman,, .who .was greatly respected by all, who. Icn^w her. She. leaves � rfo family.,' The bereaved husband will-hav0'the aincer-est sympathy of allfriends in-hls. sor. row. She was 47 years "of age. The funeral will take place on "Wednesda"}" from the family- home, the obsequiea: being in charge of Rev. Mr; Popham. Mr. Sherman Visits CiHy ' Mr. W- B. Sherman, the theatri el magnate of Western Canada, was in the city today, and in conversation with the Herald confirmed thfe announcement that he intends to relin-tiuish the lease of the Majestic Theatre. It has proved'a losing propoai-tion owing to the cjulet times which have prevailed In Southern Alberta. Mr. Sherman has maide a.hig success of his. buslnesB, and evidence,of that fact is seen in the :fine new. playhouses he is erecting ^ih Moose Jaw, Regina and Edmonton;. He says? the Majestic, aside fromi the. Sherman Grand In Calgary, ranks up'.w(th the best of'tbem. If the reserve-figure Is not placed too high, there is. a .possibility of Mr. Shermain making-an-effort to huy the MajeBtie-when It Is offered for sale byauctiori in.May, ' . . 1913 Model KODAKS We have just received a large shipment of the nbw-r- EASTMAN KODAKS, BROWNIE CAMERAS, PREMO CAMERAS AND"; ALL SUPPLIES . -PRICES RANGE FROM-. $1.00 to ,$65.00 ,-� i ^ � . See our window display and come in. We want' to show these to you and tell you the pj-ices". Developing and Printing i for Amateurs. Satisfaction guaranteed. The Rdkross Drug and Boo^Go.> Ltd. Phone Third Av� Blaclcleg V -^^iO^jaccine Blackleg Injectors Veterinary Influenza Antitoxin J. D. Higinbotham & Cp.. Ltd. � iy.-':v.;f,' �����^ . The ^^ka�Z Store telephone no. 322/ CITY AND DISTRICT Well-Known stock Man J. S. Holm'an, one of Stirling's leading live stock men. Is In the city today on hiisihess. On a Business Trip Paul' Denlson, formerly of Leth-bridge, hut now travelling out of Vancouver, Is in the city today on a busl-, ness trip. Important Meeting A meeting Is called for all those in-I leresttjil'In hay and grains, to be held I'ln the  Associate Boards of Trade rooms,'-In the Hull Block, on Wednesday, ar-2 p.m. * Hay Stack. Destroyed >lre :broke out in a hay stack about a mile south of Victoria Park last night. The fire brigade 'went out in the auto truck, but as there was no water within a mile they were unable i'to do anything to ch�ck it. ' It Is Bady Needed Mr. Gibson, representing the Roberts Filtration Co., of Philadelphia, is fn 'the. cjty today, investigating the posBibill,t!tes of placing a filtration plant here. ^. Ponies Merely Strayed' Another clean slate at the City police ?couTt this moriiing. It was reported that, tile team, of ponies supposed to have been stolen from Thirteenth street, were foimd by. Mr. Bay-ley, the owner, about twelve miles southeast of town. - : , .� Miners Call In Solicitor �J. K. Palmer went to Edmonton on Friday last Inconnectlon with the. efforts Of the U. M; W. Of A., to have the new Mining Act amended so that fortnightly pay might, be inaugurated in Alberta mines oncb more. Mr, Palmer is solicitor for the-U. M, W. of A. in Alberta. ; - PE'S ILLNESS IS il.lERY- SERiS WILL RUN NORMAL COURSE- HAB BEEN NO AGGRAVA-TION. OF- DISEASE CITY AND PISTRJCT Anniversary Soojal Tonight ; � The anniversary congregational social^ will be held In Knox Church, school room at-8'o'clock tonlgh't. .All? members, adherents and frlends'^of the; congregation are cordially. invitecl. " A Night With Erin - > "Ireland and the Irish",, is'r the subject of a l-ecture to be given'in Knox Church ,on Wednesday night, -March 12, by Rev. J, W. Morrow, B.A., LL.B., of .^lediclne Hat. There will be Irish songs and colored views,- BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFER, Phone 67i), office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coald^le' hbtel Vor quick m^Bsages and'))^ggage delivery call BetJfbrldjse MeBerigeV Ser-; vice. Phone-.666i. '> ' -� � ' -ge-^O' AUTOMOBILE ^LIVERY :i Phdnel 12iii'6* every boy and girl getting their hair out at. K�?ke'8.barber *hoj? Is given a �ti�et car ticket,71^*4 Lecture In K. of P. Hall V;- The Roman Catholics of -the' hltyj are notified that the lecturc as' announced yesterday in , 'St. Pafridj'|f Church will be held'ih'-the, K.' dt'iP; hall, and not In the cluh'iroomd: '"itir Ihe different societies'of ladies ?..nd gentlemen are urged: to attend. -i'V' Looking for: Pointers - ''� -4 Engineers Mc.Carthy and lUn^r'-,wood,.of Saskatoon; were In,the ifc'ltJ'' on Saturday^ calling; on the Cjty.En-; glneer^s departpientj .They were gathering . information ' aboutthe lieth-bridge sewage disposals plant.' The' IJethbrldge plaptiB^cpnsldered a xapA-^ eh-lA.Western Canada;; .It.wap tavor-ahly, mentlone.d^iit the lastme^ting'of. the, R�yal Sanl4TyiSbc'l.etyji in'London, ''BnTg., 'When Jas'-B; 'l-Ium'e;' one o^ the I leading sanitary experta- of, Loiidon, described �^l�B-Hi>ut�jandlDri��t\ire�, - Here for the Conference Sheepmen from CouttB and  other points south arrived in the city this morning to attend the conferences this afternoon. The ranchers from the districts east of the city arrived on the afternoon train. Secretary Orest/who has been east at Ottawa on business for the association has not yet returned home. Fire in Lime Works Word reached Lethbridge this morn ing that fire at the Summit X/ime Works, Crow's Nest, had done ?2,000 damage on Saturday night. The fire was spontaneous, having caught-from a new kiln of lime just stored In the warehouse. Mr. Oliver will go west tonight to inspect the property, . Busy on New Line . John. Timothy, contractor for the Dethbr'ldge-Weyburn . llpe, construction out of Stl'rttng, went south this morning with four men to superintend the placing of material for the line, so that an,'early start may he made as soon as the frost Is out of the ground, Ste�l will he laid to Skiff this-summer, ,', . . Fruit Crop a Failure L, D. Bedford returned yesterday morning from Los Angeles, where he has been spending the winter. He brings back the .same story as the rest of the tourists. The lemon crop is a complete failure, many of the lemon trees have been destroyed, and only about ten per cent, of the orsange cxop o^me through without being spoiled in some way. . THE PEOPLES' FORUM --.. 'y;L�bel-'C>atsup, bottle, .30c. . ^LUE RIBB'oN TEA, Sttis. for .. LIbby's Catsup, bottle ...... 20d C. & B. Mushrbom Catstap regular price 30pj ,hqw . .200 Royal Shield Baking^ Powder 5 tbs, for 70e. Choice Apples, 4^2^ ^8 for 25c. Shredded Wheat, 2 for .., 2Bo ,. ... .......t:.., . .,.,:..�.. �aiii.� $1.00 The Premium Grocerjf �24-11th 8t. 8outh TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite Tarrllle PHONB 874 Traction Engine Gearing 'r-Our'prlqes for traction Engine Gearing are generally 109^ . below tlvose'of the manutuoturers. � Also we- keep the gearing for the Reeves and Case 32 h.pi .--in stock for Immediate ehlpment. AH gears of the-best-semj Ste^l, The Lethbridge Iron Works ------LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 332. -FOR ALL KINDS OF HELP SEE- Farm Hands Qasofine .Engineers Stearin Engineers Harvest hands Cooks, male and female Hotel Porters Waitresses Chambermaids Teamsters Men for Grading camps Lumbermen Blacksmiths Machinists Miners Timekeepers,' Etc., Etc. J. Harris & Co. ..; REAL ESTATE AND STEAMSHIP AGENTS . C. P.i R. AND GENERAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY PHONBil4l2 BEGIN BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE P. O.BOX 831 Phone.-�AVrltd; Wire or Call-"We wilyl give each order our personal - at'ttentldh atad' see that you get the classof help you require. Rome; March lO.-^The indisposition of Pope P-i'Js X, is' pursuing a normal course, and there is every promise ot speedy recovery,, according to Dr. A. Mici, the -physician iiij.attendance. He visited, the Pope at an' early hour this morningi.. When a'skeil-'about the truth of -the '-rumors- of an; i^gravation in the condition of. his patient he de- claifed there was no ground fos suoy reports. Although the condition ot Cardinal Reshighi, the Vicar-CTcneral, had no� been made known to the Pope, the latter, as though-he had an intuition of the Cardinal's grave st&to oB health, today sent him the apostoUo benediction, Afen. Aiohdeacon J. A. Kaulbaoh o4 Truro, one of the best known clergymen In Nova Scotia, was khlecj iu Truro when v he stepped through! ai swinging window and feU ten feet to the floor of the hose tower at th� Are station. He was 75 years old* -^-- � ...-T. � , ...DIED.,'-  -The death occured - this morning oft Mrs. .T.W.- Mills, 732-17th St. North; Funeral on WedneBday at three o'clock from: St. Mary's church,.North"Leth* . bridge. The Cost of Papering 'Is indeesd a "very small item if yoii.sel-* , e-ctyour wall-papers here, "^ii won't have to sacrifice style or quality either. ^ Our papers have a decorative spirit ahout them that makes the home just as ciiarming and inviting as you could ;Wish-;it:v , / 5,,. ... JBrmg the sizes of your rooms and let us figure with you. we:llington bros. � PHONE 1752 ' - SHERLOCK BUILDING . SEVENTH STREET. iilB^ & Drayini . UkfiWhi Hee-yf- Dray ing of Every Description, Work doflp at tSjr -tlma.-^day.cte'night. All new-outfit?. . .We guarantee-to gjva - ^atlBfatilpn,' \ �'(}ivo us a trial, ' 632 : .....TRO'nkS delivered to any part of the City.-'. y FU.RNITURE ,removed ^, 00AL^C.(?.D.- V -IT iiiilii. ;