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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i ^li^REE.BUS XO..ALL' TRAINS If/cV Itotel Windsor li i^'.Bttt-$1.25 a.Day Hotel In When you buy Kitclic^i Utensils, is pays to �get the rigilt article for ^acli^iurpose. Every housewife knefws the convenience and satlsfaotion this means. ' c. w. �The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 Sanitary fe-a^nes today arlPianandelb^ all partk^^ people I TO QyiT ALBERTA -%ACftlNERY MEN ARE GRIEVED 'WtpWBR LEGISLATION PUT THROUGH THIS SESSION CITY AND DISTEICT - � Back to City C "W. Cook of the Lethbrldge-Wey-hiirn ?o. is te the city today from Medicine Hat.., ' S.O.E. Ex,ecutlve Tonight There will' be a meeting ot the executive of the Sons of England Foot-Jjall club tonight at 8 o'clock, in the ^oMbe of Ithei Quick Print. J^t|&i5aT7. March 17.-Implement apper, of I*incber Greiek is ia IMst4\i|sclty, to(^ay, talking baseball to Ml||itt||iLethbrIdge fans. ..-'' ifilt'-" ��-^ -...... ' �;vois'5r;;i:=i.ii Judge Winter Delayed .^iffefikSr^Owing ,to ithe non-arrlv-al of Judge ''-''''HlWftotfer; from; Calgary, District court ;Waisi:'8gain adjourned .this . afternoon, sand^-Trtll not Bit till tomorrow. morn- , ; Steel Is Assured 1 ^Tweniy-five miles of sfeel on tlie , jLiithbrldge end of the Weybum branch ^;�"'�:� ' '  - , w To Settle Dispute . Clem Stubbst presjldent of the U. M. W. of A., and J, O. Jones, vice-pr^i.dent,. left this afternoon for the west, where they, wUl. visit the Beaver Mine camp to settle ttie dispute ,which has caused the strike there. They do not believe the disturbance to be ^serious. ; f 'i f Mettlng Tonlflht ;>-Therewll be a meeting of the North >L>ethbri5lg8 Buelnesa Men's,association lin'.Kennedy's hall tonight at eight |py.lockv; "QuBsttons touching on the 4n.......18c. CANNED BEET.S-Whole, 31b tins, Vine Brand special, per tin......................... 16c. PIE PEACHES-2'.4 lb. tins, peeled, Vine Brand Special 2 for ,......................�.; .. 25c. PIE APPLES^Sllced 2%n) tins, special two tins tor .......,........................... 26c. SUGAR JELLY-Sinalrs, 16 oz., glass; special two'for........................ 25c. are kept. in .Sanitary Pa;(;e;\t Bins, which allow no Here are a tew aiibioies'"that we want to move out Take advantag;e.of isuch bargains. CALPiSFOOT JELLY-^Brand's, IG oz. Glass; special, ^e&eh'.'.....;..................... 20c. JAM-Cllnitlx Brand,,!51b .pails, assorted kinds; Special,per 5Tb pail................... 60c. JAM-White Star Brand, assorted kinds, special per 5Ib pall ............. ,55c. BULK T.EA~Our SpSolal Ceylon Blend, guaranteed as good as a9y:50c. package tea; special 3lbs fo>.................... $1.00 COFFEE-Chase; & SanlJorn's Maracaibo, either whole or freshly grouh^, extra value ait three pounds for ......... i.'.,................. $1.00 NEW LAID EGGS-iO Qu'Appelle, cloudy .-v.rr S zei:0'> �;.:16 Port Arthur, cloudy., 22 . 12,,;,".il2 Nelson..........-.v; 41 45,,'."40 Grand Forks .. 44 32 .jj Kamioops, cloudy 38.. l6i? Pentioton........ *.. .ttr-ta-Continued cold today, and on Wed nesday, with lljht Snow falls'; ^ �'. ' CITY AND DISTRICT .1. Flyer Late .� .. The westbound flyer passed- through five hours late.this� morning. Storms In,the eastern divisions are the cause of the delay. �:- � - - , _ Mr.'RoSis Buried ^! The funeral of the. late Jonathan Saxon, kdse, waa held this, afternoon at 2.^0 from his late r^sldeiice; .1244 Fourth avenue south. Rev. A. &. Cameron was in charge of the obsequies. '-. Visitor* from the^-South ,-' � Visitors 10 town froin'Ihe" south'ai'e W; McD. Tait, Cardstoh, Mr. and^ilfs. Henry Perkins, Stirling, H. R. Finley, Stirling, and-iRv P.'Atkins; and B. L. Craig, New Dayton.' ... . Passenger Agent Vlsitp;-:. . A. J. Shulemaji,, travelling'.passenger agent of tile C; P^ R.'^ith-'heiid-quarters a.^ Edmonton:IWa^:.iid-tt^^ty yesterday, leaving i -this '.^?^\Xj^^pu Easter Novelties Our Haster Display of nov-elties this, year is bigger and better than ever. CHICKEfs(S, RABBITS, REAL DUCKS, ' BASKETS, CHOCOLATE' EGGS, BIG EGGS, CONTAINGING TOYS, Etc!i RABBITS; AND WAGONS, AND OTHERS. Avoid -jdisappolntment bjj making your selection riqw^ CITY AND DISTRICT Who owns the Keys A bunch of keys are awaiting claim ot-.owner, at. the city police station. These keys were found on March 15th and will be surrendered ito owner upon proof of claim. and Bj3ok Co.. Ltd. Phan* 668>.'. Third AWk: Were D. and D. Jo� flaker and John Claydon were "pinched'', at the C. P. R. depot last night, charged with being drunk and disorderly, and were each fined *3.00 and coats by Inspector West, at the barracks-"this morning. Both paid their fines. Traction Engine Countershafts and Axles Gearing for Reeves and Case 32 H.P. Engines kept In stock. We are prepared to make countershafts and axles for any make of engine at figures below manufacturers' prices, ^ �:S& OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER VI � IWRE, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS .!5PU^WILL FIND NO MORE REFRESHING, MN0#1ORE HEALTHFUL BEVERAGE m-mmw. . THAN^THIS=^ 't*?Tflp!^ality of ;mertaV Pride" Beer is '*"'*aMita^0jvi!tfelh?!;ii:e-moved to l�thbrid^3td.;TiW^-'lriV;feie yards. \ iff4' �-',' jjt ^. Mr. Kenny ^Sy^jfHr'v'" Word has been ijciplvfid*,fr.t^ii..t^e coast that John K^iSy'/II.'atlll tcgjti-cally ill at his hom^;jih,fVlofrbria,iaid recovery is slow, at^'is Uidt.'i'knfeSi'n when Fred Kenny V^ilf^Ve/ui-nft^--tlW charge of ;the C. P.'lft.*- TeJegta^ii ;,tGo. office.  ?5?U V-:^ *'-^'^m, Lethbridge Lodge;Meeting '..'^^ Xetixbridge LodgejfNo: 39; A.P.-&;^. M., hold a regular ^mn;unlcatidh.;!pn Thursday night, at '8 p.m., in '.the Masonic Hall. H. A.'Drlggs, D.D.G.M. for the district, will pay  an official visit, and the first degree will be conferred. Crook, not Greek . In Jibe letter of Louis Keel to the city solicitor, published yesterday, the word  "Greek" was , allowed to slip through instead of "crook." Mr. Keel was Illustrating to show that Mr. Ball was not a crook, because some men;i-bers of his profession might be and HheVefore he had no right to discrlm-inato against Jews because some may have fallen down on,.paying their }^;c-es. It was a typographical error. Hig)!^j)tham's Syrup of Hbrehound;^ This old-fashioned remedy for children's, coughs Is just as effective today. Good for "grown-ups"., 2Sc. and 60 cents HOREHOUND TWIST. " �iln 6tb,boxes 25 cents per pound J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The ^e/KUaXJi Store TELEPHONE NO. 822 ; May Build This Year -J. S. Schmidt, of the Garbutt Bus-lne(8s college was in the city from daigary-'for a couple of days. It is ,intinia�ed. that , Mr. Garbutt will likely" llrctpeed with the erection of the Di.ew::isohpol on 12th St,.although it is hot ;-kiio\vn- how soon the work will be cdnimenced. . ..Slim Dpoket , & and .costs. Harry Burkebout. Their apprehension of Robb,' wl^o is suspected of stealing the inules'from Wilson Siding, some time -. , tigo'.'ls'-bhly another evidence of their Home Again , ^ ^ffloiehcy. ^M. L. Peck returned yes^^rday.frcm^^v^^ ^as trailed all over northern Wisconsin, where he has .been Ip^^^^^^^^^^^ despite the fact tljat he fT. mnnth� visltine old friends.^ uhn missine team for an- WE HAVE JUST UNLOADED A CARLOAD OF Columbian Neverslip Wood Split Pulleys Can ship Immediately from stock. y i Ail sizes~4" to 12" face, 4" to 48", diameter, f Special sizes on short notice. Fully (juaranteed. . ' Prices Right. Stock brders from the TRADE especially solicited. We also carry a full stock of ..^ * Leather-arid Rubber Belting, Shafting,'Shaft Hangers, Eto. - ^ J.'B. Turney and Company : Supplies and Equipment for Mines and Mills. Phones 755 and 1755 Builders and Contractors, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1246 SeconcI Ave. CITY AND piSTBICT.CITY AND DISTRICT CITY AND DISTRICT past two months, visiting old: friends and recuperating his health. ., , Former Lethbridge Man .Here > .^ij T. A. Underwood, of "Weybiirii, l8'>-i'n the city. Mr. Underwood hap:,.difc;| posed of his hotel int-ere8ts,in tlij^:.C9.M^^ Ing Saskatchewan city. ^}^^'-'!^ had trfided 'the missing team for an-.od}^,'^ lie; was finally located, and the /^S&a^ recovered, at C START RIGHT Make Your Cooking a Daily Pleasure Pleasure enters the house the very moment that an Eriez Gas Range is installed in the Idtchen. : it is surely a genuine pleasure to be the possessor of an EriexEan'ge. ^ ' Prices from $12.00 to $32.00 Estimates furnished free for installing Gas in ordinary kitchen ranges, furnaoes, fire places, etc." .^i i i irought ))4Ck -,&nd arrangements can be made for his itrlal. He will, probably be Itrled in the District Court. � ' A: '^CARP OF THANKS SMr.-and Mrs. D. Davis, 312-4th Ave. 'Pi/^/iiJied'tcine' Hat, extend ,thanks to iR;ey. A. ,;D.- Goodman, rabbi olf Leth-l^rldgej_: for the efficient way in which ,.he;.5erforfned an eoclesiaBtlcal func-Ift^fti'ln their hoxneon'theiethlhst. ' Club Has Hopes Tlie Lethbridge Aquatic club will meet tonight., The club Is desirous of getting plans for the summer In shape early to lay before the Parks and Boulevards' committee of the cHy council. It is understood that the latter body Is now, willing td go some-%vhat fuvther in the direction of a bt)at house at Henderson Lake than intimr a;ted some time pgo. .Will be Social Night The regular 'meeting of the Red Rose Degree of the Sons of Bngland Benefit Society will be held tomorrow night; followed by the usual free and easy closing games of the whist tour- -nament, will be played. --^-_. 1 Ooes to E^imonton J. -S. Hamilton,, ot the city engineer's department, who was resident engineer in charge of the sewage disposal construction: last summer, has accepted a position witli the,city en-glneerln gdopat^tment In Edmonton and win have charge of the sewer department this suipmer. : Put Them up Rigilt The city engineer's department intends to enforce the bylaw regulating .awnings and porticos this summer. Two or three ^ave,been-erected la:te-I ly without application to' the depart-j.ment, and have been'found: defective as to drainage and other features of Importance. There is a bylaw cover-^ ing those matterg'.'and It will be enforced as well as any other douses In the building, code. Team & praying Llgit and Heavy Draying of Every fieBcriptloii. . Wl-kdone at any, time,'day or .iiight. All new outfits. We guarantee, to give satisfaction. -G-ive ua a trlaL, , . Kimball Rose Cartage Go. Office.20Z iShpr^ock BuUdIng ' PIHONE 721 Resldencp and Stable Phone, i860 PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER r DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS' ' ^> Office .408 .Roufi^ St., J. FIGGIN8, Prop, Phone :633 When Uneedus Rinir Up (532 % ;TRP!VIKS DELIVERED to any paTt^oMHl^i^y:^^^^ ;, FURNWURE^'.7J1|EM0VED. .V,; � v H-.^'iV.;-pfe^)Vll'''t.6i^-r- � 4 ;