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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ,|^^^Kt^''aul trains '"w*>.;BMt*^%25 a Day; Hotel rn f*e�S*W� ' Alberta I': WHEN ofed Farmer "Arthur.Pejtrey is .among the Card-Bircn^visi,fonB.;in'the citv today. 'v'SiV.'-'AiMorality-Wave ' fSt&jiottier^paSz ,ot whjte gloves was hf�^t;^#�th4^'ci^, 'polio -V^ifc -- gSKm'' wa^e JffifiS'^orality, relaetilcd in'tie city, ttls hf^i^C^fth'iclean slate in-^succes- i ^ I, To Give a Concert I' ^ T?he Excelsior Malp Choir will give concert In^St Andrew's Church on March, ZiL;'" , Will Appeal to Consul ftrlt'is urider�to'cd that Richard Ternle-dan, complainant in tbc bigamy' case 'trieJL yesterday� in the District, Court, tai^ hjs grievance to'the Oer-,mai Consul, with the hope that.some-thjnffvaiiay: be d6ne to demonstrate the -^'aHdity of thSe marriage license in his ptfES^ssfon. . Another Large Shipment ^ Fruife & Vgggfables jmt in An extra fine lot of CaUlomia" Frosttess pr�nglO .---12- -�.�2; 22 .31 26 14 30 33-20. 30 22 32 82 44 Lethbrldge, cloudy :.., Edmonton, clear .. Calgary, clew ...... Medicine Hat, cloudy . Battleford, clear ..... Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy ; Moose Jaw, cloudy, Regina, clear ;�... ... Qu'Appelle, cloudy .i Minnedoaa, cloudy, .. Winnipeg, fair .;.. Port Arthur; cloudy ;� ICamloops, clear \ ^ .. Nelson,.. .. 36 Penticton ..i. 51 Grand Forks' ... :. .. 3� The weather throughout the .pralri^ provinces has been mostly mild durr in'g the: day, but temperaturea: have dropped considerably during the night, especially in'.the northern" districts, wher^e below zero;>temp?fratures are recorded. Forecast Western proYince*;;-Northerly,winds, mostly fair, and dtfctdedly cold today and Friday. 12 12 26 28 30 24 .04 .04 .14 .40 .n 39- .10 t^iiASS OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER iMiJRE, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS ^IX^^, FIND NO MORE REFRESHING, m THAN-'fHIS^y. : . cm' ANIi- biSTKICT ." Steams^p, Arrlvar, , /rhe CanaiariNortberffi-steamship Royal Edward rarny^dva^ Halifax last nighti,v/Passengerslior'.ttei .west iwill arrlye at-the..C^J^l^ist^Mqn'lMwiii: nipeg qnSaturdaj&atfd on. Tuesday mornftg.  \ \ '7.' ,' �1' Found Tr^^de Wlsfc '^ : Mr. A. � N., Kesslet^lo/ K^ler'-Bros;] Dayton, Ohio, andi^ew ;DajftonaiAlta:.;-arriv.edi-frpm-Dayton s^t^-Mtei^^^ Kesslw^Bros. opei^atte a large.farnivat ^6W Dayton, " and'^iJlK IKesslferhJa been east on biuslness. He reports flourishing conditions in the'central Is Going to" Portlaiid - . Alberta; Wheat Growers,'Ltd.; who! op-' erate i laTgc.fa^m� at .Wells Siding^ left.town this morning for,a few.daysl sojourn . in Portlahd, fe; Mn^B^ peo.ta to negotiate ��soniej .deal; in won; nectio4 -lylth the company'8 holdings here, .,,. ......,.,..:.h.;,-.,. . New Ctreenhou'se Permit J; E.O'er'Hll^thisHnjorningstdok out a. buUdiiig, permit' f6^-hlB:;n�w; greenhouse on Si�t;ha^enti^jNoi*h.vi';;/%The building will cost;se000:ii,Wor^;lB-to be started immedlai^ly. .Mr. Terrlll has asked the city.tD provide, water and sewer during ^b�.,4prin^, as he 'Wished tovhave tbemew, greenhouse'in operation by July l,.i....... Had No Jurisdiction ' , The grading of hay-Vas not brought before; the ;*'gr(siln':i;'t&ininission today/ espept, in an infonMl;,way;tj;i^ Barker and ;W.;Jj^^^^ their case as ^ outlIn^ ' 'spinal ice bags, ' EAR ICE BAGS; invalid'^cushions,, ' invalid pillows.j J.D.Hi|inEbtIiaBi TELEPHONE? tip:,9S2if-^: ToBeaFriltFirmerV'" Mr. Walter Jordftn;''%perini;^naent ''of the Jo)? Printing'd?pl^ent^idf;,th;fe. Herald, has reslgn�d;,effemi1?e..Maxoh 31, and will be succecdei'b'y/cMr,"iA| E. Smith. Mr, Jordan la ^Ing'tcwek pleasu're and profits .ppCij-^fruiijiitarM; at Hobsbn, B.C., ivhich hi^;haV*hadfjin-. der-culUvation lor' t^v-^pa^'tf th.ree; years. Mr, Jordan has'^been,yithHhe( Herald since its,start,:ai^d!h(�;4epfl!:t,-n-re is deeply regretted'.-* J^r.'Linton; Lwndy and family - alSo' }eaye'I'lseth-.bridge at the first of the, month-to'so on the'form adjoining 'Mr.'';rprdah..�;' BUSINESS LOCAXiS , Hear Rev. J. W. Morrow; at Knox church this evening. EEX TBANSFBH,'Phono 970, offloe AUa. Saddlery, opjiosite Coaldale hotel MAYNARD-At Caigar/, "'on 11th March, to Mr, and MIrs. R, V. May- nard, a daughter. For quick messages and baggage de. livery call Lethbrldge Meaenger Service. Phone ft6S: " ,' �6-^^ Pon't forget the Irish Concerf.ln Kjjox Churefh tonlgfit.- ' AXJTOMOBIIiB LIVERY:'Phone.120?.' " "The Emerald lale in JtUustratied Song and Story" Kaox church at'.8 o'clock. ' I / '  �,* 'J lu'^-itations,. have befl|i Is^u^d by, the. Your Ci^iiif Is GodjfiM if0 Vli v'.I.7�' >*'M4WW�.i**�^,V'?^^eCUy}Dg an invitation commuklcate'-wlth'-a'.^Hv 01fm AND DISTRICT ~ ;;'. An Honest Man �S^estei-day afternoon, Angus McGUl-(Vrayj^who lives a few miles out in the country, picked up a purse containing $25.00. 'He handed it over, to the police departmaent, and later Mr. Con-|,norB;;902 Ninth street, called and af-t-ter^p^oylng his properly, received his lost pnrse again. Oohti "Kenny Seriously III !,.;;Sr6d-Kenny, 'of "theCP.R. �commer-, .cialt^egraph'. office, received word th'ls "m�ming"Hhat hip father, John Ktennj^,d8 Seriously ill at Victoria, suf-iferitig'ifroma paralytic atroke.; Mr.: Kcrin^-is one/of-Lethbrldge's old-tlm-; ersir^B^iilng here.from the early days mfi toJithree or four years ago, when he :waB;;appointed inspector ot customs' for:Albfe,pt^. V  , Were Disorderly . ;j� J7m-i^lller and H. N. Johnson were atreste^ last night by the Mounted .iEpliceR(Sharged;.with being>drunk' and .qauefcn; a disturbance at;the' u. Jf. H; station, i They were � trletl before In-Bpect'o"r,:West,.~J.P., this morning, and both; pleaded guilty. Miller was fined .$5;00,-antf' costs/ and"^ in d'Cfadlt Of pay-ineitj?^as.given; thirty days In the ba'r-: racka^j.'. JbUhson' got two weeks in tlie; ^JHnb,place. ' " Urges Filtration Plant ^ ,. siFriJzyJSick.'.mrinagiiig director of the' ilU6thbrralrl^. Wsays that the farmers 'In'ftthei'Prafif^rliy^^^ {6fi'buihe)* dt pqtatoesfvi^hlchB^ not'mark'et.' 'these'potatoes' al?ft of Tt|t#fl�6?i';(3bality'?;tfdtfth8^^^^^ dull, Several letters of Inquiry have I ibeen^.recelved'ati tHe Immii^ationiliall, ,'Rs,''tt^bu^t'?f^?'_the"dlfferi ent inspectors ,will .ba'iiondjjcted at each point, ^. " / '^Mrs, Mills' Funeral. , . I ('The'/fuiieralof,tie;iate'Mrs','lllins, 'North Lethbrldge, took place yeeteT-^day afternoon to St, Mary's ''Chutoh, ,where''''Rev. Mr. Popham -officiated. "There,'was p. very large attendance Of .friends, the Companlon8';pfvthe?Porr fes't.^ndof members;of,the'K'entish association. The floral tributes bore .BlJ�nt^ft6sUmony - tp ;;:the( >8teemr?^ ;';w;h'loh'''the ; deceased-jla'dy.; was 'held^ ,.3Jid'of tij-e sympapthy tdr the bereaved �Jhgafeajid.: ^The- tributes were:.,' jHus-hand?;,a;e'heart; mother'and 'father,'"a �|3^rea�gJ'^otheri. and sisters, a cross;; U)/Cf laixd- Mrs. I?oe and family, a ^peaw "-Mr. A. Whitehead, an - an .vjh^^rfwMr. and Mt-s.-Radley, spray.; M.r. ^Wi^Mvii'ij!' Knowlden,- spray; Mr. and W^rJfpJvtikhurat, spray; Mr, and "Mrs.' -"^afl^^^Spray; Mr. and .Mm. , j. , " Yljlf^sjsray;'.iMri and;:.Mrs.;iKem^^-)fajitsi'l-Charllei'Kpmsley^i plant; l&CemBley,';apray;!/;Mr8i!;'L'ong*' TlVfay;' ^r. and Mrs, S, Rues^ll �^iKSf.tandi.Mrs. PettB,'sprayijt^|^| .|?*T|.cknW; "Spraly; iComiMij'pfl^^ '^t, a pillow; A. 0,;!'. Court' .th''/'A, O.'F;^ Court'ifnlty, an -�^ti�^. aaBooIktipftJlllrltf^^ ThiB Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PORTRAITS ; Pine,portraits are just as essential as ;i :gQC^d^,^othes and proper stationery. � ' Jn l^^ct; more so, for tkey serve as a , pleasing remembrance today, and a ^ ' laMi;!^ memento .^^^ friehds - ^rc takeil'from us.' . ^ Photographer ,1 V?i:fi5Xthird aVenue south . - LethbrjdgeJfU^llclst Abroad' - E. A.',Cuaninghain, publicist and n-nancier, of Lothljridgeand'Red Deer, was 'la 'th^'city.Tfioterday, en route from the-southern metropolis to" 'the northern cedtrft"'' I'Mr. Cunningham states''''that 'ih-tlie aduihicountry the farmerp^are j)li8v'getting the-land ready focr^e^cllng,' and'that some-seeding iVrioV^'ln prffgr�sB.:j Mr^^Cunnlng-ham-thinks? th^'Cetefirfdgef- and-the surrourfdSng coutitrjg'iwni have a very busy and' -prosperoiMi' year.-Calgary Albertatt, 1 CITY AND BISTM  - ..._-i_, ; ' WApresente'd- Cardsten ,Mrtt '"i' Stirling Williams, of Cardsioh, yfA In 'Lethbrtdg6 this morning, tp'appeati before thie Grain" Commission on bei > half of the OardetO;n Milling Coj PHONE 17,52:k f,*-^!f 8HERL0CK-BUI1,DING ' * SEVENTH SJREETi ;