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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Biffi^Y HERALD WHEN IN UETHBBIDQE  The Dallas Hotel ! the Best and Most ConVen. lent Place to Stay There should he a good axe and a good hatchet in eveiy household. There is hardly ever a day thej" aren't needed. Ours are the best. C W. GRAY , .f*The Store That SaveiB You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 NOTICE! TT/E take pleasure to announce to the citi-VV zeiis of Lethbridge that we are prepared to install natural gas in ranges, furnaces, fireplaces, steam and hot wa t e r boilers. Estimates furnished freieahd all work guaranteed. V-.v.. j,,; .'^ V W cyomplete stock of Gas Ranges, Heaters and alii; natural gas accessories Hick-Sehl Hkrdware Go. Phone* 762^and 1762 Another Large, Shipment of Fruits & Vegetables just in An extra fine lot ot California Frostless Oranges and Lemons, Florida Grape Fruit, also 100 boxes of "Washington Apples, Winesa!ps, as solid as tho day they were picked, evei'y apple No. 1. Head Lettuce, Spinach, Green Onions, Cucumbers and Bananas. For Saturday we expect some flne Ripe tomatoes. NAVAL ORANGES-E.xtra quality; 2 doz. for 55e. ........*----- NAVAL ORANGES-ISxtra large size. These are out ot the ordinary and are usually sold for more money. Sweet and- juicy. Price per dozen...............................i 60c. APPLES, WINESAPS-Very flne quality. Price per box.............................. $1.75 CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE-Per head 15o. SPINACH-Price per lb....................20c. GREEN ONIONS-liarge bunches; price per bunch. ........................ .....10c. CUCUMBERS-Extra fnncy and large. Pricj .each........................... ...... 306. RIPE TOMATOES-Expected Saturday; guaranteed good, per lb................ .......25oi CHOICE BANANAS-Pine fitock; ~price per ;. .u ;, To Meet at;Fernie The Rocky Moun,tain branch of the Canadian Mining Institute, will hold a regular session ;at Fernie on Thursday, March 20,: The meeting, will be presided over-by W. R. Wilson, president of this branchy Pretty Girls Coming "The Rose Maid" company ot operatic stars will arrive, in the city tomorrow evening by special train. They ^vlll stay overnight at the Alexandra and pfoceed on Monday to Cpl-gary, where they will play. The company carries 64 p^dple. Ex-Mayor Is Better Geo. M. Hatch is at his office ag�in today after spending a couple of days ia the hospiital -where he went to recover the ill effects of an attack of la grippe. The ex-mayor is pleased with the standing of. the city as shown by the 1912 auditors' report. Write the Provincial; Secretary A correspondent writes ito ascertain where he can get the record of marriage licenses issued in the "three westerly provinces. If the corespondent would write the proyincial- secretary's departiaant of the ithree "provincea, the information sought would likely be given him. Band Boys, Attention 1 The members of the city band are requested to meet at .7il5 o'clock to-nigbit sharp in front of the. Dallas hotel. An open air concert will be given to advertise the'St. .Patrick's Day concert, Monday night. Great interest is being shown In the concert which gives promise of: being one of rare merit. " Spring Seed For Sale ^ All Varieties of Grain ll^tlStairt; Right and Assure a Good Crojp by Sowing fe^T'":/'^''" *" ^ Good Seed., fv'i'A'OOO. BUSHELS SEED OATS-451bB Ko the bushel. Government IV'ii^erin^ation test, 99% in 7 days. '''^^^f^ja^Q':'^^^'ii-S seed'BAR LEY-997e. in 4 days. i^yrtn'ojBUSHELSrsEED POTATOES, Green Moiuntains, Early Ohio, ,45y.\spijed and graded. , lbt>lt5,your orders NOW;and secure your seed. iJ^jSauniers:: jjWGbinmlBsion.vMerohantB? 1231 Second Ave. . , . PHONE 1244. Easter Novelties Our Easter Display of novelties this year is bigger and better than evfer." CHICKENS, RABBITS, REAL DUCKS, V BASKETS, CHOC OLATE" EGGS, BIG EGGS, CONTAINGING TOYS, Etc., RABBITS AND WAGONS, AND OTHERS. Avoid' disappointment by making; :your selection now. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co.* Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT will be Pleasing Event The Excelsolr Male Choir will give a concert in St. Andrew's church on March 24th. AChance to Save Money Every Day Evap. Peaches, 2tt) for ..... 25o �Evap. Peare, 2tb8 for 2Bc Evap. Aprioota. 2tt) for.....3Bc, Choice cooking tigo, per tb 10c. Choice Prunes, per tb......10c Raisins, 16 Qz, packet .....10c. Blue Label Catsup, bottle; .30c. BLUE RIBBON TEA, 3tt)s. for . LIbby's Catsup, bottle ...... 20o C. & B. Mushroom Catsup regular,price 30c; now ...20o, Royal Shield Baking Powder 6 lbs. for............... 70c. Choice Apples, 4/2 tbo for 25c. Shredded Wheat, 2 for ... 25o ........................ $1.00 The Premium Grocery S24.11th St. South J. TOFF. PROPRIETOR OppesKa T4rrllle PHdNE 874 Traction Engine Countershafts and Axles GeaVing for Reeves and Case 32 H.P. Engines kept In stock. We are prepared to make couDtorohafts and axles for any make of engine at figures below manufacturers' prices. The Lethbridge Iron Works ----- LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 332. Motorcycles for Telephone System .The Alberta provlncvlal owned telephone'system has decided "to follow the lead of other big telephone concerns of this continent and will this spring equip their repair men with motorcycles. The new equipment will save both time and money and will be used principally to repair troubles on long distance rural lines. Two motorcycles will be in use at this agency. Open April Ist It will he April Ist before the collection office of the International Harvester; Go., opens here. Word was received this morning from A. M. Grlgg, of Calgary, who will be In charge, that he would be unable, to make the change, until, that date. However, some-of the employees of the department will be in the city.next week, and- by,, (the first of the month the wholo,staff of 15 will be in their new: offlcQS-in the Sherlock block. we have just' unloaded a carload of Columbian Neverslip Wood Split Pulleys Can ship Immediately from stock. All sizes-4" to 12;' face, 4" to 48". diameter. . '' 'ijpecial sizes on short notice. Fully Guaranteed.' Prices Right- Stock orders from the TRADE especially solicited.' We alsq carry a full stock of 1 Leather ancC Rubber Belting, Shafting, Shaft Hangers, Eto. J. B. Turney and Company Supplies and Equipment for Mines and Mills. Phones 766 and 1756 Builders and Contractors, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1245 Second Ave. Sidk Roam Accesisories CROUP KETTLES, SIMPtEX'VWPORIZERS, STEAM ATOMIZERS, SPUTUM CUPS, DOUCH^ bANS, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, .HOT WATEF^iBAGS, . SPINAL ICE BAGS, EAR ICE';BAGS, INVALID CUSHIONS, INVALID "PILLOWS. J. D. Higinbotham &Co�Ltd. The 3fe*aS ^^^''^ telephone no. 322 Wedding at Warner . Warner Record: The marriage.-of Mary B^nneth Oliver, daughter of rWr; afad Mrs. Richard Oilverj of Warner, to John'Alfred Lonsdale, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lonsdale, of Peoria, 111., took place at the parsonage Wed-n.fsday evening at.. 8.45, with Miss Laura Switzer as bridesmaid and Mr. Louis Frelln best man, and the Rev. Orith offlciating. The bride was gown-en in Alice blue with beautiful white lace trimmings, the bridesmaid also appeared in blue which harmonized with the bride's gown.. The groom and' the: bride are well known, and young people of excellent -qualities, good quiet judgment and sterling worth. The happy couple will be about Warner for several, weeks and will then, take up their residence on one of Alberta's farms; 7 miles from War ner.  HE FAINTED IN DOCK New York, March 14.-Henry C. Freeman, accused as, a member of the arson trust that was revealed through the confession of a Sine Sing pripon convict, .;was found guilty of arson-in the second dogree by a jury lata today. ; The Jury dfeliberated only half an hour. Ft9B,b'?>'^> as it win take a :neW; roan'a^ month at least to gather'data necessftryrfbr hie, bpslhess. \ ' .j--)'  Personal Mention Fred Karren, the Magrath implement dealer, came up from the aouith this morning to spend the day in the city on business. J. Di Pugh, the Calgary real estate d^ealer is in the city today. G. De la Condaime. formerly of Lethbridge, but now a resident of Calgary, is visit old friends In the clity. John Timothy, contractor for the Lethbridge-Weyburn line of the'C. B. R.' Is in the city today. Mr. Timothy is gathering his crew 'for the commencement of grading as soon as the frost Is out of (the ground. H. S. Lee Is In the city today from Calgary. � Cattle/buyers are making Lethbridge headquarters for the south these days, j,. Fleming of Calgary, an independent buyer is in the city today. D. Bal-vovski ;eft yesterday, after spending several days in the south looking at some of the large herds being held for: winter feeding. . TBe F�mlly,Frtend"'ftiT i'l] r.iun� nliof fot Cnnio The Y. M. C. A. Circus : The-Y. M. C. A. circus at the Males-tic theatre brought together a falrfy large audience. There was an excellent display of skill by the senior :divisi6r4 on the parallel and high horizontal bars. Dickson and McKenzie put in some very neat ring work. The iJuuIbrV made a good showing in.their idfllUng and created a. good deal ot diversion in th^ir somersault turning. Clowna in full warpaint were present and worked' off one or two fooling stiints,. ; -W. J;"Lloyd gave a highly spectacu-lar'didplay of w�lght lifting, and his lieroplean efforts were only beaten by ,'a very wiry clown. The de.lux "concert hband'enlivened the stage proceedings With *sonie wonderful grotesque music under.:-the able leadership of the ring-:nia�teri ,:,ThlB position was effectively �atid'-attriictlvely filled by F. S. Young .vrlibBd'spurs ware the admiration of all itttef-Httie: boys.;; '�j'B'.-y�V,;'911mord acted aa stage man ,!^g6r.;'aiid the i performances' of'.'Ms i.'PUjpIlSi were a credit to' his Ins^ructlbn. Mr^.'-' Waddlngton presided the i:^\ft.n6; � � �  '� - � ::ir?>'.7.-/:.v^.. :.::� � .. , :.� v , , �.. : Is indeed a very small item if you select your wall-papers here. ' You won't have to sa'crifice�style or quality either. Our' papei*s have a decorative' spirit ah out them that mak'es the home just as charming and inviting as you coiild ��wish'it. , . Bring the sizes of your-rooms and let us figure with you. WELLINGTON BROS. PHbNE'-1752 � - SHERLOCK BUILDING SEVENTH STREET. Team Work & Draying LiehtandHoavyDraylng of Elvery Description. Work done at any' time, day or night. All.,new outfits.:. ,We guar^itee to glva � flatlBfaotion. Give us a trial.' � . ; Kimball Rose Giartage Co. Office 207 Sherlock Building 1 PHONE 7s1 Residence and Stable Phone, 1860 � PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS OfTlce 408 Round St., J. FIGGINS, Prop. Phone 632- . When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the'Clty, ' FURNITURE-RBMOVED " ' p7"*00Alf C;p.D. 'J,' ;