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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pfc>^|v;pREE,^US TO ALU TRAINS , Hotel WiiKlsor LETHBRIDGE WHEN IN LETHBRIDQB The Delias Hotel U thft Best and Moat Conven* ^^lentPlBo^^ojBtag^^^^^^^^ ^ The fittings of tills iiouse are swell,  Jack chose them witii great care. � The best In town from OUR blfl stock ? Were fitted by him there. C. W. GRAY �The Storei That Salves You Money" 310 Sth Street Phone 761 Spring Millinery Display TheNew Millinery stj^les are exceedingly becoming, dainty and stylish tQ a degree. � Dont'Avait until all tlie bright conceptions and clever copies lire gone. H Buy noAV, and buy at The Lethbridge Millinery Go. 514.Fourth Avenue South. ; r ... A: \W. i Hosfg, manager � of the' Al-S, Litd.i aftived _ from MinneajpbllB last nlgljt, and will Be m fown ftr a few days- t>efore. go-rasiflng! ;to Boi'U^ri. * Mr, ilbsig was not 3 iSrwared to^give^omvarStatemeD^^ ' io what will be done mtt the company's immeiiBc farm-at Wells Siding, f rf'if iH^i intlmate'd,: howwer Athat a � portion (tiaof the land would be sold, 'and tie re^ :!;>in,ainder put into, crop. No definite .'pHms have been made. To Captain Taber's Brigade Taber is assuming metfopolitan airs and win now have a paid fire brigade. Cap. Faulds, of No. 1 Fire Station here, has been chosen by the Taber council as the proper man to conduct their new department- He leaves at the �* this, weeli, assuming his duties la Taber ,on Monday, the 17th. The. boys-61. th� brigale are this evening boldiog a smoker In his honor at No. 1 hall. 1 ' VINE BRAND CANNED GOODS ARE GUARANTEEPAl QUALITY We have a full assortmetit of these goods and Tutility of them. It you have not already placett a VINE BRAND VEGETABLES TOMATOES-3s, Sanitai-y tins. Two tins for 35c Per Case.............................. $3.90. CREAM CORN-23, price two tins for ...... 25c. Per Case ...................... $2.76 STANDARD PEAS, 28, two Uns for......., 25c;. Per Case .......----............----. $3.00 EARLY JUNE PEAS, 2s, per tin ....... IScl' Per Case ...........t ................. $3.40' STRING BEANS, 2a, Sanitary tins, Golden Wax or Refugee, two for...................... 26c. Per Case ............................ $2.85 VEGETABLES-Assorted cases, per case ...$3.25 We carry all kinds of gallon goods under the the prices are considered low to those who know tho trial order, do ?o today. We guarantee the goods. VINE BRAND FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP CRAWFORD PEACHES-2s .per tin ...... 20o. Per Case...................... $4.25 BARTLETT PEARS-28, per tin 20e. Per Cape. ...........----................ $4.25 STRAWBERRIES-2a, two for ................ 45c Per case -----.... ..-----................ $6.25 RED or. BLACl The Late Mrs. Culbertson The death took placej yesterday of Mrs. R. A. Culbertson, at the faimily home on Fifth avenue and Third street south. Mrs. Culbertson'was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Jones, North Lethbridge, and was a native of Norwood, Ont. She was twenty-^ive years of age, and. had been, married about seven years. The husband and two children survive, one five years of age, and the other one week. Besides her parents, Mr*. Culbertson leaves two brothers, Sam A. Jones, the well-known conductor on the Cardston branch, and Charles,: living in Fromberg, Mont. The sisters arc Mrs. J. B. Hotman, of Stookett, Mont., and Mrs. Bert Young, of Spokane. .The deceased wari a niember of St. Augus-tln's Church, and the funeral on Thursday will be conducted by. Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright. The bereaved family have the deepest of .sympathy in their hour of sorrow. 1913 Model KaDAKS We. hayefc, lust received a large shipment of the new-^ EASTMAI^. KODAKS, BROWNjE CAMERAS, PREMO CAMERAS ANO ALL SUPPLIES -PRICES RANGE FROM-. $1.00 to $65.00 See our" window display and come "in. We want to show these to you and tell you the inicfes. Developing and Ppinting, for Amateurs.. Satisfaction-guaranteed.'.' The Mtross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 565 " Third Avfc CITY AND DISTRICT Y. M. C. A. Directors Met The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of.the Y. M..C. A. was held at 12 o'clock today. fiarons Man Buys Car J. .Owens', proprietor of the Westera Auto, Co.'s garage yesterday delivered a 1913 model Studebaker car to Mr. Hanson, of Barons. ' A iGhance to Save Money Every Day Evap.. >��..� 4. .1. . .;�'.'.. . ... '3}... ,$1.00 The Premium Grocery �S4.11th St. Couth J. TUFP.PROPRIETOB Opposite Terrtllc PHONE 674 Traction Engine Gearing Our" prices for traction Engine Gearing are,.generally 10% below those of the manufacturers; v , Also we keep the gearing for the Reeves aiid Case 32f li.iK in stock for immediate shipment. All gears oft the-beat semi' Bteel. � The Lethbridge Iron Works PHOIME 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. BlacHeg .yaccine Blackleg Injectors Veterinary Influenza Antitoxiri J. D. Higinibpthapi & CoL, Ltd. \ The ^^smXl Store TELEPHONE HO. 322 ^te jt% rich, delicate flavor that belongs to s beer"^l^ttef If you want the best of beer, �u4it!f^,^}berta's Pride" -;dge brewing and CITY AND DISTRICT Off on a Holiday Miss Earle and Miss McPbee, pianists i^t the Monarch Theatre,  have gone to Calgary for a weelf's holiday. Children's Aid Society' A meeting of the Children'^, Aid Society of Lethbridge, was held, this afternoon, at the Central school. . Mr. Mitchell Coming Home S. B. Mitchell, C.P.R. passenger agent here, is expected to return on Sunday. He was in Femlo yesterday, Taber Pioneers- > Bishop R. A. Van.Orman" andiPeter Hammer, two Taber pioiiMrsV 'ftre in the city today on business. . - BUSINESS LOCALS REX ITRANSFBR, Phone 670; office Mta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel For quick niesaages and baggage delivery call Lethbridge Mesen'ger. Service, Phone 666. 66-0 AUTOMOBILE LIVERY: Phone 1206. � Every boy and girl getting their liAii Cut at Kaake'B Ijarber ahqp, is, given a street car "ticket. " 71-6 The Ancient Order of Foresters; Court Star, will hold ;a/d^nce. in; the S. 0. E. hall .on I^iday, March 14th. Big Farm Manager - / H. R. Johnston,! manager' of the Iowa-Alberta Farming Co., 'at gtlrilng, is in town on busineSB today. A New Postmaster - T, L. Duncan, newly appointed-post; master of One-Four, Is In townsfora tew days/ ,� , . ,, ^ :.^^^v�.:W,�, -i,;;';::^ Well Known Southern Men G. H. Moreland; of New;Daytpn;-and IjCvI Harken of Magr�tl?,;�aH)e^^UE'on this evening's train fromrit&e ?80Uth^. Baby Burled The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. COutta, of 181G Sl-xth avenue North, whoidled yesterday, ;\Yas burled today. The pai^nts have the sympathy of many friends in theif sorrow. To Attend a Funeral All members of. the Anqi�nt Order of. Foresters are'requested .to be at Unity. -Hall, North Lethbridge, at 1.45 r.m. tomorrow (Wednesday)' for the' purpose of attending the funeral ot their iate companion, Mrs. J. Mills, Knights, of Pythias The regular conyehtion o� Lethbridge Lodge,. No. 2, will be held at their Castle Hall, at 8 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, March 12.-^All members are requested to attend. Initiation, 3rd degree. An Important Meeting The North Lethbridge Business Meii's association meets tonight at 8 o'clock, in Kennedy's Hall. Important business in connection 'with the'banks is to be taken up,"arid all members are urged to be present. . . * Mr. Dennis Very III . J. S. Dennis, assistant to the president, in charge of department of natural "resources of the C. P. R., Cal-�garly, yesterday underwent a serious operation in the Columbia hospital. The operation was considered successful in every respect. To Enjoy a Banquet Tomorrow evening the members of the Board of Education,' with their rwlves, the past chairmen of the board, and representatives of the press, will be the'gu�ets of Miss Preston and the advanded domestic science pupils at a Ijanquet to be given in, the" Man^ial Training school. A pleasing menu,-in which the scientifically correct quantities ot each kind of food will be found, has been prepared. About 30 will partake of the scientifically prepared dinner. On account of the banquet the Board of Education regular monthly meeting, has been postponed till Thursday evening, by the unanimous consent of the members of the Board. �All Hail! St. Patrick The event of the Reason will take place at the Majestic Theatre next Monday night, when the Citizens' Band will do honor to the land of St. Patrick. The band is preparing ona of the best programmes ever rendered here, with Irish music in the lead. Other local talent will aid in the concert. Dave H. Elton will endeavor to do full justice to the memory of St. Patrick in an Irish lecture. His time has been limited tb eight minutes. He considers it rather.hard to be asked to tell all about such a famous country In such a short time, but to make the speech in keeping with the Irish reputation for wit, he will bc brief. To Rush P. O. Work Construction on the ne.w post office will be rushed as rapidly as pos-alble during the coming season. Superintendent Lloy4 ,ig getting the material pn the ground as rapidly as pos-"slblev Half a million-bricks, are now on tlje ground, togetlier with thous-'ftndfliof yards of gravel and sand. Yea-^rday.th^ largest timbers ev-fer used ,ou a building in Lethbridge; arrived from tile coast, being supplied by the -Middle West Lumber Co. Some of tbem were over a' foot square, and sixty feet in length. Two cars of thig material have arrived and have been unloaded at'theBloBo Paving Co.'a spur. ' There are' still 300 tons, of .iteel for th;6 building yet to come, btit'H-is' expected that this will ar-riVoih I plenty of time so thar the .V.ofkipay not be delayed. CITY AND DISTBICT Ins^eoted the Cellar W. S. Millard, of Regina, inspector for the Dominion government department of public works, arrived in. the city last night to make an inspection of th� work being done -on the new post office. Preparing Season's Work Wi R. Pearce, 'Of the construction department of the^ Provincial government telephone system. Is In the city today from Edmonton, making preparations Jot the season's 'work In the south. ; Home Man Got It Word has reached the city that the position ofclty engipeer for London, Ont., for which position R. C. Harvey, assistant city engineer was named as.one of the likely applicants, has. been given-to Mr,- Ashplant, of London; Ont.. ,. , Pleases the Business'Men The Board of'Trade has received a copy of the Bulk .Sales Act now before the legislature from the govsmment. The members of the board who arei IUt terested ;in the new/ aot arc satisfied that it is. a long, step in the Tlgh{ .dlv rection. �. � , s. Solicitor at Edmonton City Solicitor BaiMeft yeaberdax for Edmonton, 'The city charter is ,no"w In committee stage,; and' his presence; will be required to explain some of the advanced municipal legislation laid down in the new bill.. The,Lethbridge charter promises to ;be a model for other -western cltiea foUowIngthe lines of direct legislation. To Build $3000 House Harlemau & Shand, of Sixth a.v�nu^_ North, have taken out a building per�', mit for a ?3000 residence on thal( street. City Engineer Blaaohard had also applied (or a permit for a garag* on Fiftb avenue, South. --, Extravagance There was a yiung-lady, and.wasn't It quaint? J Slie laid out a-dollar in powde'b ani{ paint, . : ; with a pencil of bismuth her eye^ ' brows to trace, And all for the purpos^e of making * face. Your Credit Is Good Alberta butfitters DOMINION BLOCKi^ SIXTH;, 6Ti PHONE 173B" The Cost of Papering  BORN _ *rth*t-^To 'Mr. and Mrs.-W. A. Ott, on ^ j5'<."'-|^arct -rth^a son. Is indeed a a^ery small item if you select your wall-papers here. Yqiv won't have to rsacrifice style or quality either. Our ipapei's have a decorative spirit about them that makes the home just as cha(rmi'ng and inviting as you could wishit., ,, Bring the sizes of your rooms and let us figure with you. WELUNGTON BROS.  phone 1752 �.- j _ sherlock building seventh. street. Team Work & Diiaying Light a'nd'Heavy Draylng of Every DosorlptJon. Work done'at'any time, day or night. AH new outfits. We guarantee to give eatlsfaction. Give us a trial.. . - Kimball Rose Cai'tage Co.. Office 207 Sherlock Building PHONE 72f Residence and Stable Phone. 1850 , PONY-EXPRESS AND TRANSFER ' double and single dray8 Office 408 Round St., j. fiqqins.p.rop,^ . Phono-.eS^, When Uneedus; Ring Up 632 'trunks delivered to any part of the'Clty,,,,-furniture/removed � Clty',,,'1- X',' COAL.CO.D, .mm. 'V.'-lSn.' ' ;