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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 r He bought the be�?ln tools'from US ,  As all fine gardeners should. C W. QBM **The Store That SaveslYiou Money" .310 Sth Street . - ; Phone 761 N 0 TI e E ! 'to the citi- \ pleasure to amndtmce' to ' \y rzens of\ Lethbriage that ^^ye are prepared to install natui;aX gas'in ranges, fiimaces,' fireplaces, st6am .^djhot water . boillifs." Estimates furnished* tree and all work , giM^anteed;,-.'-^^^ ^ . ^XM^^^J-^ 'ola'n a r-nmriT^fi�.v^f-orlc nf � VINE BIUND, CANNED GOODS AttE niURMTEED Al QUAICTY We have'a full'asaortmeat of these gbodaasa; the prices arecoonsjt cirpflaow to. tho\e w^^^^^^ , quality of IMm. It 3>ou h^rc hot already,placed trial order, da so tpdiy. We guarantiee the goods. - . > . ...�---------.  : VINE BRAND FRUITS IN. IHEAVY SYRUP , CR A W FO^ DiPEAC H ES^2BJ;^t),^t-ttti^S.-V^ Per Case-..,i.fV.i-................*'^1^^ BARTLETT PEApS-^s," per tin .......... 20c. I' --Per. Giia6r^^,i::U^ ii;.*W^Mif>3i 'GREEN^!GAQ'#PliUM3^28;::2v.l!or;;:*,i:i::;^^^ LOM B ASd i illJS) WS^si*i3ei^-: tin -fvi^i:;-! -ilSc;' - Per Ca8|i .-iaj, ��.ailiv;.i^|�^:.;.^,vV�ivVi^;^?.'.>^ >etabues-^a�sorteaca5es, per oa�B .. .,o.6q ;, FRUIT8^aasofted;'iO^?|^^^ "We carry all-fclnda-of gallon goods under the. Vine Brand and; .wllT.quoj^ef^^^^ VI?JEv'BRANb VEGETABLES TOMATOES-j^s, -Sanltorj^ Hub. Two Uns tor setf, Per Case .... ^..................;...... ,W.90V CREAM CORIM^Zs; price two tlns-for (26*;^'; - � Per:.'Case,r....^;;.;.;.'^V^'-^'��^^ �  -'^'.v^^^i'^-^S^ STANDARD PEAS, 2s, two Uns for........ZsW ' .. Per � Case �..Vii.;.-.... .",�'.. ."$3^l0O'f EARLY JUNE PEAS,:2s, per tin .sV.... i. i 16ci?y Per Cflse.............,...........$3.40' STRING BEANSi 23; Sanitary, tins, Gbldeh^'Wai or Refugee, two for .!i................ i.. 25cvs Per Case. ----%ZAS^t VEGETABLES-^A�sorted'cases, per case .. .$3.25 -phoneI- 629 Qropery Dipt.-Wholesale bept 1271. THE GOOD COMF^ANY High tlass Grocers, Fruit �knd .Confectionery. . Wholesale and-^RetAji; ^PHONES- Gracery Dept. 628 wnolesate- DepL 1271. > ^4 ..10. 24 '..06 9v,- �^:^20j:.:.02.' 24  '34 ' ,_------ , ^..��34^-;,�, Penticton..... 63 - 26 Light snow has fallen la, Saskatche;; wan an4,NoHhern.AllteT^;jtm turee har^ been JaV;agaltt^lni^Mlto^^^ ba, but in- most otiSaskatchewan'lnd: especially In: AlberteJt. lias ibaeni^ � v'.^..-^ �"�::r..-Tvi'" ;'ivo'Fore6airt::7:*j^w.;..-';v.'v Manttoba and ;St^slcaichewan-^East-erly winds and mo(l�!rately coldef/andi on Thursday light. ibcWaaofw if alls, i r'AIheptarrrKalp ana colder todiiyiand � on��.Thursdayj;.^:v..];-; Lethbrldgei, snow Edmonton, cloudy .. .'i Calgary. �^I'Mirty .. ... Medicine Hat, cloudy . Battleford, snow;. ,> Swift,Current, cloudy , Regina, cloudy .. Mlnnedosa, cloudy i.. Port Arthur," cloudy .. Prince Albert, cloudy . Moose Jaw, cloudy' . . Qu'Appelle. snow.. 4J Winnipeg, fair .. Nelson Max. 49 40 46 ..40 36 36 25 X6 26 24 37 24 16 43 Grand Forks...... 48 Kamloeps,- clear ---^ 48 ''�TWo ob THREE STATES ARE,GIVING HIS ARMY pl^NJlfY-of �f^,Mexico, Tsiapsli 11.-The am- rtkLF.'sTABVkD-PREAGHERS WHO '^wdjJK, FAITHFULLY BUILD- U.Pr'TlhE CHURCH '/.Toronto,-'MaroJi 11.-That a cam-t-p,^i^'tor:iie\i;i&�rfng of he salaries of flfe'MelhwlTft^'^eachers is to l>e wltb' 7j)Qwn8n, has revolted^aAdiiS'xei^cted. E. N.- Barkepipfj^arjastpiiv- prgsident of'the Associate iBoards-Vptil^^ is in ;tbeicity today; ln.:cpfl^ec|ion: With the meetlngjof the ;grain jcomiqaiSsIon here tomorrow. , . - sfati()ned * at alt; .tte>. switches � to �keep. v^haW points open, and .;nnfess� a.: biili^'la^s^rlngs' up the syBtejnrwin beykept li operatioa �without'aiffioultyi:':c;^6S:r};rH,�/ Shrlners Gojng' North " ? Mystic Shrlners ot. the- I^ethbrldge Masonic lodges ; are ^ooklngif driard eagerly; to:the!8hi!ineX'S'Oonventipni^^ be;held?ln,;Edinonton;^n;'ilaroh''26|and 27.-^;-Shrinersiifrdnii^,:yidlpy^^^ ver aiid New.iWes.tmlnster on, the to jMoose; Jaw,; aiginafaaiia? SaBkaiobn^ on the east will b^^ftlfere......ikrge numbe;fv;Jiave; slgniflear tJieirf iMisiitibn; oj going from,ieffib^^^ one^ 0? the;ni6meiiiSti''^|gaUieri^^ 19i3 Model KOBAKS We ; have 'Siist received a � large shipment of the new- '  EASTM/�!tj KODAKS, ^ BROWNFE CAMERAS, ^ ^ PREMO C/^MERAS AND .> ALL SUPPLIES -PRICES - RANGE FROMi^i) $1.00 to $65.00 . See iour, iwlndow display, and come 111. We want" to show .these^to, you and tell" ' you the-prices. ; Developing and Printing for Amateurs. Satisfaction-'' guaranteed^ ' and JBop^Co., Ltd; Phone 668 Third Av*i iCiiY ANB DISTRICT 'd " '-- To Build a House �A ^building permit has been taken qut-by'^A. T. Short for a $1,000 resi-deiiee on 12th 3t.> A. S. 'A (jiiance to Save Money Every Day Evap. Peaches, 21b fbr.....2Bo EvaprPearsi'lStbs for ..y.^, 2Be EVap. Api^jdpVa, 2tt> for .... 36c. Choice cdoklfl'af 9*f' P""* ^ J*'''' QKplce P.rdniit, per Tb......IO0 Raisins, 18 bavjpaoket .....10c. glue. La'bal CatauiS, bottle. .30c. LIbby's Caxsup, bott|e 20^ C. & B. Mushroom^ Cattup ' regular price.SOc.'-.'nbw .,..206 RoyafShlelcl Baklrtg Pcwder 5;tb8,i\for! .^CholcorApple*,:^4!;#tb8sftr;2Bc. E3iue uaoei uaisup, ooxue. .Shredded Wheat, 2 for 'v 25o dLUE RIBBDM TEA, Stba. for..................$1.00 Premium-GrQcSBii , '8t6ckk.' '-Wo fire |)repared to make countershafts and axles for dny m^k*' ...of efaglne at-flgures below manufacturera', prices, � \, TlieHbethbridge Iron Wbrlcis LETHBRiDGE, ALT'A; V PHONE 332. Has for the mvasi!bn.of.^nt)ta|;| ^ .CALGARY'S .CIVIC|fE(BF-ICl^. ^ - J ' ' Calgari Marpli 41.-|rl?12,^a�:-,a�own;by ""faporta vibmllioi"-to-Jlie,comnaB�Ibu-M-B foAight will zeach,$178,000, Whiph la^largcU made 'up.^hy, loss in the sale'. *i>f' di bent ires, "the expense of .which -^pre more than cBtimated. ""' , ^.l- ----��Trf:. ibrt^'ql men, of pur ---"iand' inlniaters, ! ~,-,j - "Til. - ' , N'ew"^ President' N.eeded ^'dealtmift, .'^jilj*-., JMjiroh' 10.-An^ ^SjJB. Mufra^ ^^Gibflon,^ ;the famous 'Scotch'-^lentBmljwr, asRfBted- by/ Mar-' "garet Ruth\ po^er^_ Will. appear at :C(�lhursf�p!a'Mpn'da.y evening, March 17.' This shouiar b^ a trtat f6r the 'jjjNMple'ofrOp^fiurst,' Is.the first 0phc.erb�9f,vits fifnd In-thei th�'small'.towrfc' iP-The'members; of;vjthe Tennis club should .get >tog4Uip,rj! and .make their plans" for the Bummer; The" court will soon be .dry' enough for the use.' The" Ladles -Aid Sooioty will hold their Tegolarrmdnthly meeting oa Wed hes^day afterho(>tt,#MaTOh 26. ? They; , will' also have '9.^x6k\\ We of work, and'aerire refreahrf/ants; .All'the ladies ar^ Inv^ed'to come, and apeud a '^claWa^afte'rnopn,- * �- '.....; �^'Mr.s Tudor, who comes from Iowa; recently purchased the Bngearf property/at New Dayton. The farm', consists ' of i)60 acres.with 500 acres brokei Mr. Tudor ^oes not intend cropping bis land this year, but, will give it a thorough overhauling by meahs of a; summer fallow, and is siirp that in this way he, will be certain; of a bou'nte'oUg CrtJp next year. ' ' : He is going to enter the sheep bus-ineas -r-At Calgary, on. 11th , March, to,Mr. and-T^Ij-s. H. V. fttay- nard, a daughter, . ; ,, ' - ''For quick messages^ arid'baggage de-' livery'call Lethbridge Mesfeng'er Service. Phone 666, S, 66-0 Don't, fprget, thd Irish Concert,'ln Kaox Church tonfght.' ' '^f AUTQlVfOBIIiB,>LlVBRY: Phond li(J6.'.  -"Th? Bijleriia Isle 'in illustrated Bpng and Story" Knox churqh at 8 'p'oAock. CITY AND DISTl^rbT ��� ---From Fertlle!.*Dl)triQH;;^:;;'-"s; John Odwark, is a Barne"yJvlgitoif'.J^fi: the city today. '. , ..... ".Vr'K,;'-''.' In R�al Estate Here 'fi-v ' P. C. .Winter, fosm'erJy ,pr''tW4;e&-, bridge Teaming Co. here;. af4ved li^ tlie city this morning from*, Saslatqdtt .where he has been for 'theJjia^^ai'k 'months. Mr. Winter is; no'wiljit^i'est' ed' in'the real estate business, and his company will put thennewIciSwi'sof Hughton on the market .In. the; sj^rlng. Hold Special Meetlngij^Z.'^i'S^ The local board of''trade Wlll;ih'Pld a special meeting- tonight: to-coiwldei! the: matters to bei brpughtyjefpypi tEe^ grainv commlBsionj tomorroWi^Alfj^^^ available Information wis laidi^efo^g fifaie commission on Itslast sij^wUbftp; so it is i not con8lderedHliMy>' .^he board will take a great partTlu'jtb-mon:ow'�.vdi8cussion,'''''^:*'V.S'iaii)i�s3!i&,v*'-' New Directory Re^dj* The Letobrldge cify dli^epjtory^^com: piled,by d! j, Hay;as secretaiT^pf the.^ busluesB men'B' dsspolatlop,,are^;b6lng' delivered "to him today, - 'r^f'^V,^^^'. eotory is get muchfalo:n6,thp^jg:amp, WneB as.those 4BBuedfl)y[-the'^^^;j(ler; Bon Directory people, but M^.jWWh, more reliable. Including SJ^oVdVlUe, tKer^;are over '40pft,names }A tha'^pek, i^l-'^tf ^tbese ale' &their;,tfa6\f^6ads !,pf famUlesf'or ac||,p)l^\ emplgjjpiiiin the city, showing ,tbat' .pqpul^tiw-.le at least 13,000.^"" \ ..1! j,� On Regulation Trip ^�y.'R,'Pencyfather, inspector of loco-nibtiPti( oil' the Cranbrook division- of the".C.^^P; R.'is'ln the city today on a regulalr business visit. .' ; f '/Ispoklng Over Prospects 'J:as'. a! 'liee and Hugh J. Bell, two Lljendletdn; Ore., business men are In Ifthei.city-'today looking over prospects, in .Southern. Alberta. ; '� T Off'to Calgary : riajiMj; SVhiddington went to Calgary ;thls utprnlng to attend the sitting of _;the^co,urt dealing with the arbitration '^lei^'tyhlph has been before the courts ^or,.-'BOjr^'time. V . ,]|:.'�lil'aVor Hardie^s Movements , i;;''5^No.i;wo'rd has. been received at the ilicity hairfrom Mayor Hardie, in Ten-IJlntsfl'e^t but it is thought he will re-'liturn: iiii^'-tlme for the: regular meeting PfjbheJ'cUjr'council on Monday next. .-rV.�i A^ Jolly Social Evening-. , v ' 'Tier.Xiult Bible Class of .Westmjn^-'ster/Sunday school held a most enjoy-"abjle'ien^rtaihment at ':the home of >Ml'i.3ana/.Mrd;:' Brlcker,^^ 5 T?prth,'Ja''8t night. Mr. and Brs Bricic-i�f^.vpr6Yed most estimable hosts and i6i'eryaone enjoyefl.;''the evening of music, and games immensely. Many Apply-One Chosen  ; f?'Appllc'ation3 continued to pour in to secretary Robinson's office today for i-;tliis*pbBlti6n of industrial commisslon-ler:; i � TI^^^Mst closes tomorrow.- Asplr- � ��dn'tttfpr^the job have been heard fronij all; thrpiigh the east, and in the east-era'and sbuthern States. It is likely :that'-tli.e'number will exceed fifty. , ^Called East on Business i : >::Mr, -aS B; -Dunlop, of the law firm :of'"Shepheril- & Dunlop, Jeavea- f or,:;the feast_ today to be absent for .three or four' weeks. Mr. Dunlop received a (telegram" yesterday announcing: the death :6t G; W;: FuUerton, a ^prominent imercha^t of/King's xounty,-N..S;v!!tfrj � Dunlpp>is the executor � of Mr: Fuller-town's estate.  �� r .Funeral Tomorrow the funeral of tlie late Rosaline ^dith Culhertson.^vife of R. A. Cul-ibejtsonjwill take place tomorrow af-iternoijn]at' 2,30,-. from the. residence, 301 Fifth avenue South, thence to St. 'Augus'tin's; Church,: of awhich i'deceas^ edj%Tya's;;a member. .The servloe will: ;be'"Conducted.'by: the; Rev.' Canon: Mur-'rell-Wright, Interment. toeing In the AnglloaiA cemetery. , � Meeting Not Held . .Owing to the fact that no worS has ]yet'been received from the.banks with whom, the business men's association have:been- corresponding, TelaflVevto the; establishment of a branch in South ipet'hbWdge, no. meeting ..was held last hdight- asi scheduled. The secretary of ithe_i;aBsociatioh. has ;wVltten;'to'';th,e feadsfs-pfvseven banks;,-trying''to'-In uce-tkom to open a - branch iii' North I^thbridge. To Attend Grand Lodge .^^lt'.'W, Johnson, W.C. in c! 'of LetK bridge 'Royal Scarlat Chapter; Sam .'Si)aWir O.M. of UO.L. 1666;- James l^iJ^u^hsW). W.-N. of UO.L. 2314; Jamel Sc'ptt}!fPaBtP.W.N. of !L,,0.'L; 1666; arid jD^Uty.^iGrand Lecturer of-Grand Or-|;'atj^e'l.pdge, left this moralnpifor Ed-^iaohtott/to be present fl't.th'e Gra'^d;, ;I;JiSdp!e*'whlch cottveneisrln that^cityttfn-ThurBday; and Friday of ^ this^Week. " 't'k^ft- -'- ' �^iV''; ^Noted Reader Cbmlnja ' i/.?jter.-.i'Bverett Kemp,, pf. Des.-Moinea; Jp^a, I'lj s'chcduled at the Y.M.C.A. for lectjires oa'ilairch 20, 21 and',2'2, ' Mr.-i-JC^niji'ia'aiireader ot;8omei;;'riot$, :and. 'cdines'highly recommended'. On SUn-, '^ay*..t|f 26,111, he will, gfive. a reading ro'j^Hkpld' Bell Wright's ''Th* rlht-' V^i^U 'Wrfiillo " nn Mniiilav. "Th*.'Mli8lc-, CAPTAIN FAULDS IS GOtERAliVEil The smoker given''I'ist night by the boys of the Firci brigade in honor ot Cap. Fatilds.^ whoWaves Saturday to take charge dl ,"W riew paid brigade at Taber, ''yi^ -an" exceedingly enjoyable afTair,- The erili|rtamment took ihe fornPof an intotraal smoker, A6t-ing ivfayor A^illiamso^ presiding. The feature pf-th? gatherXng was the pre-sentatibn by J. Fleetwood on behalf of the riicn of'the 'brigade to Cfiptaltt Faulds pf,,a,^ handsome suitcase c6htaining a tull'complement of toilet articles, and jjii behalf of Chief Hardy with a chief|ji'cap and badge, comphiwentary ,oV the^ higher posAion to which the captain'has been raised, Flro Chief Hardy^In a neat speech corct^Iimented Captain'Faulds on the: honor 'that Was his,-'in being chosea tile first'chtet-'of "the, Taber hrigade.! H;o spoke of Ah'e g&t>d work o� -the retiring. menilJer, -While on "the Leth-, bridge bri'iiade,;&nd ^.aid he knew the; Taber fire-lighters' Vould sOob adsume: a position 'second t'o' none in the we.st.; Short speeches - .speeding Captain Faulds on his way'were also imade toy. Lieut. Berkley; Cap.t., Hardy and ex-Fireman Ororikite; '.while � songs and musical^ plumbers-were also, rendered by Fi'remeri,"' tiaker, Shales, Ness;: Reavy-aAd Kane.^Mfe'-Gordon, Scrgt.f Major Ilum^y* aql Ghcorge Buchanan. ASSOCIATIONS MAY BE FORMED AND THEY "ARE GIVEN.EX' TENSIVE^ ROWERS , .^..,.sy^.'al*,''o� the' Wte' >Irs.' Oril .bert4ap6rs have a decorative ^spirit" about them that makes the home.jult as cliarniiaig- and. inviting ,as .you..could, 'Avisti it.4 , \ � , 'B,riiig tlie.vsizes of your room^'-'arid let -�usigiti'e withy'ou. , ^ ! ; ^ WELUN<|F0N BROS. Hi 'PHOI