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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP when in LeTHBBIDQB The Dallas Hotel tt, the Beat and Most Convenient >Place!tto Stay Orders Sent by PUoiie arc - as promptly attended to as if you brought them in person. It Baves you a lot of time and trouble.. Do not wait till yon are' able to call In-phone that order now, C W.iGRAY �*The Store That Saves You Money�� a 10 5th Street Phone 761 ON HIS WAY HOME Wiile Under the Influence, This Chap Didn't Know his Own Door m ;,j#A"ndy Johnst6n was fined three dollars and costs in the citr tSlice, court this morning tor being runic ahd disorderly, ilohnston is a � bar-tender and had been imbibing lasj night with friends. He left hi? K friend's house for home, but woke up J f;in a cell � this morning, and swore he i did not Know what had happened in the interim. . Johnston wandered around to the ;,;B6me;of Dr.^^M and gained an � entrance just as Dr. McNally was learing on a call at 3:15 this morn-.� 'ing.;The - doctor put him out and went on his call. jt'.Johnston came back * however, and ;;toied^ in. Failing 'Jfe another re-" ^iSidence and proceeded to annoy the jJpMupants by rapping on the wins'do^ii^ were nO' vV!{lBfie?l. ;ft]j;:r phone Asnd  Johnston was ;|aifn' i^^ His conduct was put down to the liquor be imbibed '' |SPd;i�ot to any, intent at hou.seVl�reak- RAYMOND Raymond. March 15.-The Raymond I.O.O.F. gave a social ball at their hall Thursday evening. Refreshments were served and a pleasant evenine was enjoyed by all that were present- Mlas Emma Wagden Is able to be about again after being confined at her home- over two weeks with a fracture she received in a runaway. Mrs. William R. Stevens recently wenf under'an operation which will confine her in bed for a few days. Mrs. James Fisher has lust returned from Tert-II's Lake, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Win. Shields: ' . The, Raymond Mercantile Co. has juBt recelced a carload shipment of hog; fencing wire," so somebody must Intend,.to false more hogs around here. \ Mr. Isaac Jones and family bave recently-returned to this city where they will* make their future home. . A niimber of the body of the ICnight-Academy presented at SUrf ling* last evening the comic opera en-tltle'd "The Pennant." All through the stage was a little small for the number'in the cast, everything went ajnootli and those who came out-were well paid for ? their doing so. Why not encourage home talent and such , a great-Institution when we can see j and'know what it will do for our boys and girls? g�3. - mm 16 -J: |iA nice pair of Shoes make ''^^'isuch a BI,G difference in the appearance ]5^;Of':a;bu8l;iess man-r-and then there-"Is^the matter of comfort and ilgvi^^V-"' Weisoecialtze in bUBlness shoes of .the fllQJTlT kind, at, the (�i%^ . 3 Edmonton, clear,.. .. 8 4 Calgary, cloudy ____. 14 zero Medicine Hat, cloudy 2S 2 .02 Battleford, cloudy ... 10 zero Swift Current, cloudy. 14 4 .06 .Moose Jaw, clear .... 12 5 .05 Regina, cloudy...... 8 - 4 Qu'Appelle, fair .. -9 2 MInnedosa, snow ____ 10 -8 Winnipeg, cloudy ... 14 zero Port Arthur, clear ... 12 -16 Kamloops......... 23 . 28 Nelson...........� 33 30 .02 Grand Forks ....... 42 30 .02 The weather has been fair and cold all over the prairie provinces, with light snow storms at many places la .southern and eastern Saskatchewan, and a few local snow falls In Alberta. Forecast . ' Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Cold today and on Tuesday, with light local snow falls. Alberta-Fair and cold today, and on Tuesday, CITY A]VD~DiSTRIGT Sheep Rancher In Town ,Nell,M. ,Stalker, the Grassy Lake sheep ranch'qr, is in the "city today. ' Rocky l^lountalr^ Politician . H. E. Lyon," the leading Blalrmore merchant, spent the we^ kend In the city. ��' � ' Contractors Busy Ed; Foley,";of':Fole^siBro8.,_^^railway contractors j- of Edmpntoii, went south this morning to Stirling, having Just come down, from the north. ^� Mine .Closes The Bathurst Goal Co. has Closed down its' mine for the summer. Development work .will continue during the year, however. On St. Patrick's Day St. Patrick presented Mrs. H. Proc tor, of Burdetti with a bouncing son this morning. - "...... On a Bu6lne�s Trip R. H. Jameson, the.Vnncouver cot-fee king, Is In the c.lty on a-regular business visit Mr.'Mltchell Delayed S. B. Mitchell, C.P.R.'-ticket agent, who was expected to' return yesterday has been delayed, and, will, not arrive until the end of the month. Wrestling Tournament The 'Alberta Amatpur.V Wrestling tournament will be held^Jn the Majestic Theatre, oft Tuesday night, March 2, at .30.. Returned to. Winnipeg J. C. Church well; of thfe Canadian Swift Co., returned to .Winnipeg this morning, after spendlng-a .week in the city and district. - ^ Pop Is In. Quod 'Pop" Wait, summoned: in cpnnec-tion with the dlstufbance in the Belgian Cafe, some time ago, :1s- In the lock-up at Station No. 1, and will be tried on Thursday. New Directory Ready The new city directoiy prepared by the Br-'--'-aess Men's association is comnL.,v-ii' and will be delivered tpmor row. Easter Novelties Our Easter Display of novelties this y�ar Is bigger and better than ever. CHICKENS, RABBITS, REAL DUCKSj , BASKETS, CHOCOLATE EGGS, BIG EQQS. CONTAINQINQ TOYS, Etc., RABBITS ' AND WAGONS, AND OTHERS. Avoid disappointment by making your selection now. The Red Cross Drag and Bobk Co.^ Ltd^ Phone 566 ----Third AVfc CITY AND DISTRICT Off to Edmonton ' W. S. Ball left this afternoon for Edmonton, whe're he will bc present to aaswer feny questions which may arise when the Lethbridge charter bill Is before the HdUse for Its third reading. )tham5 Syrup of Horehound This old-fashioned remedy for children's / coughs is just as effective today. � Good for "grown-ups^'. ' * . .....4 26c apd,50 cents HOREHOUND TWIST In 5tb Ijoxes!.. 25 cents per 'pound J. D. Higihbotham & Co., Ltd. The ^Q/JtaSZ Stoi^ TELEPHOjyk NO. 322 Orangemen Return Lethbridge Orangemen who attended the Grand Lo'dge at Edmonton, returned home on Saturday. They were James Scott, S. Shaw, r. W. Johnston and James Hugbson. . To Examine Inspectors Immigration Inspector A. E. -Hum-phrlQB leaves tomorrow morning on a tour of the ports of entry from Lethbridge to the coast, for the purpose, of conducting examinations of thi, different. inspectors. He expects to he away for about three weeks. - .^.'Address on Sunday Schools Mr; W^alter Jordan occupied the pulpit of lt"irestminster Church' yesterday, and .at niiht.delivered a. very Inter-eatlnff,and timely address on thp call of the Sujjiday, school. Mr. Jordan has been k Sunday acHool worker . for many years, and has made an expert study of the complex problems and this: made his address all the more interesting. I f :,  � St. Patrlck'a Concert- �The Citizens.Band concert this even Ing m the; Maje.stlc -Theatre' promises to!'be the event of the season, and will surely a)ttract. all ,the Sons of -Erin -who s^t^have.a warm spo.t In their hearts -lor .the' Emerald Isle. There has beep, a big advance sale of seats, and a'-crowded hoiise is looked for. Reserved seats are selling at 50 cents, and rush seats at 25. A Chance to Save Money Every Day Evap.APaaohes, 2th for ....25c Evap,. Pears, 2R>s for ...... 25c Evapi-Agricote, atb.tor .... 36c. Choice ei^oking figs, per tb 10c. Cholcie Prunes, per th......10c Raisins,, 16 ox, packet .....10c. Blue Lab6l Catsup, bottle. .30c. BLUE RIBBON TEA, Stbs. for .. LIbby'a Catsup, bottle ... 20o C. & B. Mushroom Catsup regular price 30o; now ,..20o Royal Shield Baking Poyvcier 5 tba. for .iV.70c. Choice Apples, 414 tbs for 25c,. Shredded Wheat, 2 for ... 25o . ...... *.*..�,*. i*-.. $1.00 The Premiuin Grocei*y S24.11th St. South Ji TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite TerrtllK PHONE 674 Tr a ction Engine Goiinter-sfaafts and Axles Gearing, for Reeves and Case 32 H.P. Engines kept In ttook, "We are prepared to make couritershaf'ts and axles for any make of engine at iSgures below manufacturers' prices. The Lethbridge Iron Works __.__. - I CfLJi3Binr�c? A I -r A phone 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Ave 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. iM Special sizes on short notice. Fully Guaranteed. Prices Right- Stock orders from the TRADE especially solicited. , We also carry a' full stock of Leather and Rubber Belting, Shafting, Shaft Hangers, Etoi J. B. Turney and Company Supplies and. Equipment for Builders and Contractors, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1245 Second Ave* Mines and Mills. Phones 755 and 1755 DIED ROSE-On Sunday, March 16th, in his 70th year, Jonathan Saxon Rose: The funeral will take place tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at.2.30 from his late residence, 1244 Fourth Avenue South. BUSINESS LOCALS rbx TRANSFER,: Phone 670, office Alta. Ssddlery, ppositeCoaldale hotel For quick messages.anf,tagg|ig� delivery call Lethbridge MesengerSer-, vice, Phone'666. 66-0 AUTOMOBILE livery;: Phone ;1206, Court Star A. 0. F., Initiation' Ceremony tonight. CoCee and caie after nieetlng, concludlngvat 10^30,' ? The ladles of Wesley Church--will hold, a sale of' aprons'and-falicy-'ar-tld'es, in tbia' basetmelit'-of th6 bhui-fih,' at .'3 p'o)ook on Thursday afternoon;-.March '20th. "Hbroe-made' cooking land candy. A,'ter50on;,-tjla;. pared to install natural gas in r&nges, iirnaces, -'fireplaces, steam^ and hot Water boilers; Estimates furnished ^ree and all work guaranteed. ' We have, also a complete stoclc of Gas Rangesi Heaters and all natural gasaccesspries Hick-Sehl Hardware Co* Phones 762 and 1762 GXTY AJVD DISTRICT steamship Arrivals ^ The. Canadian '.Pacific R;M.S. Empress of Britain i docked at St. Jphn on Sunday morning; passengers ar-. rive. Winnipeg, Man.: Saloon, Wednesday morning, second Wednesday morning, .third Wedesday afternoon; Lethbridge on.Friday. Joe Deoeen't Want It J. y. Card of. card�ton, who has been frequently; mentioned as- the most likely nominee of'the Conservatives in this division, declares Hhat there is nothing ito,It, and that he has not the least intention of allowing his name -to be nominated. Play a Good Game -The Sunday Club boys at the V. M. Ci A. were addressed yesterday by. Mr, M. A: K;Hpatflok, of the Merchants Bank, on '.'Playing the Gam^." Mr.. KllpatTlcK' likened the gam^ of ll-fe, to' that: pC. th^: cricket field, and pointed out that ii; we are to win out we must b'e'tnievsporta. and play a clean , honest 'and ^sportsmanlike game. CITY AND JDiSTRICT Kicked by,'a Hop** James Valr, of Stafford, son. of the late James Valr, or that placOj met with a - serious accidijint yesterday.. While putting a horsejtosthe steible, he 'was kicked by tie animal, ,hlB eye being severely hurt,' j Fortupaltelyi the doctor.has hopefe of 'sa,ylng' ithe eye. ,To Develop a Pq^il Mine c C. r. Henderson, rof the BoW- City Development Co.,- ii^' onpe' more ;ln the city in connection with the: company's campaign for developing their mine at Bow Cit^'ithls summer.  They expect to start work - on therailway from Bow City to Cassels.early. In th^ spring, ' ' .  ' . I Landed Big Contract James Glenlster, .manager-.^of'<-Met. alB, Ltd., returned'this morning^trom Medicine Hat,.where he:sIgne'dVa contract with the city for'Its supply:of pipe, and brass fittings fbr' tire,- year. The order for pipe is a large one, and twenty-three cars will be 'required to transport the shipment. , / I .earn Works Dray ing Littht and H^avy Draylng of Every Desciiptlon Work dbn,f at ahy time, day or^nlghi. All new outfits. We guarantee to s)v� oatlsfaollon. ^ Give us a trial. Kimball Rose Cartage Cp.i Office 207 Sherlock^Bulldln, PHONE 72t tONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER"  ' ' DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS � . , Ofrtoe 408'Roiun?l St., J. FIGQIN8, Prop. PhjBo 638 - ^' Tf^tlNKS DELIVERED to any pa^ of thfpJyV^^ 3152 ;