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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I WHEN IN,t UfeTHBR|dQE The. Dallas Hotel (t the Bestand Most Convsn. lent PUco'tb St^ Specialties for Easier � � We Have Them -Is^OBODY CAX DO GOOD WOEK WITH poor tools. .A. poor mechanic can do better worlc with good tools than a good workman can do with poor tools. So as much or more depends on the tools as on the man; besides good tools save time. Our tools are Xhe best and the price is right. C. W.GRAY "The Store That Saves Y and promised to give spec-yconventlon rates for the Mixed HiiPifmlng Convention'here on April , 15 raind -IG, and to sjdvertise the con-jvpntibn widely. ^ ^ i j. -...... -,:,-^;-y^:7:'ACrtamety Starts Buainess . ylll dlE- i pejJse fnhld and dream from Hhe new vi'lElant?.'today. The machinery for - -c^ ' and. ^working. Ii4i;?fibt'been installed yet, but is tn i traiiBit, and will be put in immediate-i-ly/'on; arrlyal; Mr. Johnson stated Co f. itbejHerald that if he could 'secure a fthoroaghly competent cheese-maker a .little..later >bn, he would Instal a ase-making plant. �drel beef cattle this winter- One hundred dollars a bead is the value be puts on them, and a J10,000 increase irjvbla bank account this spring looks^ gcfod to'him. He has also a hundred hogs ready to sell, worth another $1,-600. Game Chickens Stolen ; , ' Steers Worth $100 Each p. E. ilarch.'of Cardsfon, was in ,the city yesterday. He has no complaints to, make about the pTosperity of the farmers. ,Oii' his large farm nearCttrdfiton he is feeding one hun- W. C. Marriot. of this city, lodged a complaint this morning with the city police, alleging that some of his game chickens had been stolen last night. Tbeee birds were of a particular strain, and Mr. Marriot Is the only-one known to have this particular variety, "so the recovery of thena should not bi3 a difficult.matter. It is supposed that the birds were ta&en for breeding purposes. .03 .20 � �'22 --------, h�s been generally over , the prairie, pjrov-inces, and below zero temperatures are reported in all districts, Tn AP berta it has been exceptionally cold. FORECAST : Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta-Continued cloudy, cold with light local snowfalls. CITY AT�D^DISTRIC|r An Enjoyable Concert "F'rom Olivet to Calvary," a popular sacred cantata, will i)e. rendered by the choir of Wesley Church on Good Friday evening. * � Builders to Miet The Builders' Exchange, will hold a regular meeting ifr'|''the Board rocms, Sherlock building, bn Thursday eveuing,, . � Steamsliip,Arrival The Canadiafl Pacific _s.s. Lake Alichlgan docked at- St, John on Sunday morning. Passeiigbrs arrived in Winnipeg this morning,' and � should arrive L.ethbTidge on Friday.  Verdict" for Plilntl'ff In the suit of R. P. jitkins, offNew Dayton vs. J. G. Allred, of Raymond, in the District- Court, -tllis morning, Mr. Atkins was given the verdict. The case was that of a-small debt for threshing done by Mr, Atkins. An Important Meeting , The Knights of Columbus are requested to attend a special meeting to beheld In the club rooms at 8.30, on Thursday evening, to arrange for attending the funeral of the late Mrs. Kritzwiser. iFdR SALE - 'On Sixth Street Sojitb, near 'scar'baftis/otfe t*o-Btbifey honsei s(�ight- rooms, fully modern, ''bright- and up to date. : si$3;p00-Small Cash Payijnent > Will Handle .\ , ,i!ir4--For particulars apply to-^. � V CiG. Pagnuelo Co, PHONE 543 - Mil,; ..,.v,._ , Honored In Death Therre was a large attendance at the ,funeral of the late Jonathan S. Rose, yesterday afternoon, testifying to the esteem In which he had been held, and thle sympathy for the fimily. The obeetiuies were conducted by the Rev. A, G. Cameron, of Knoa Church. The pall^bearers were .the. four sons of the. deceased, Ernest, James, Hairy (and Fred, and Malcolm Young, son-in-law, ^nd. Patrick Bgan,-a friend of the deceased for years. The following floral tributes were sent: The family, a pillow; Mr. and -Mrs. D. J. "V^Tiltney, a wreath; Mr. and Mrs. H. McBeth, A. H.. McKelvie, Mr. and Mrs; J. T, Graham, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ' Kirkbam and Miss Burgess, sprays; -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Downer and family, wreath; Mrs. Plche-Miron, J. A. Reld, E. F. Taylor, and D. Thompson, sprays; Mr. andvMrs. P. Ail'wood, a plan-;; Miss E. and Mr. J. Torrance, a wreath; Interviewed the Chiefs Inspector Ainsworth, of the road branch of the Public Works ^epart ment, returned yesterday from the north, where he had been in connection with the work .to. be undertaken in his district this summer. Forfeited His Bail Two drunks were ^ fined the � usual "three and" this morning by Magistrate Elton in the city polices court. George Officer, also taken in last night, was released on 110.00 bail, and failed to appear this morning. His bail was forfeited. This Will Be Fine Supt. Reid, of the etreet railways, states that the schedules for the street cars will soon be printed and placed in the hands of the public. The bcoklets are to take a neati form, being a combined ticket holder and time card. Assessment Notices Ready The city assessment department is preparing to send out the 1913 assessment notices as soon aa the council sits to confirm the assesgment. It is understood that very little change will be made In the figures now in the bands of the assessment committee. Easter Novelties Our Easter'Display of nov-elties this year is bigger and better. :'thaii'> ever. CHICKENS? RABBITS, REAL DUCKS, B'ASKETS, CHOCOLATE EGGS, BIG EGGS, CONTAINGING TOYS, Etc., RABBITS AND WAGONSy AND OTHERS. A.void disappointment "by making your selection now! The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone'555-S|' Third'rAVfc CITY AND DISTRICT To Institute New Lodge .On Thursday evening, tho new Ma-grath lodge of the I. O. O. P. will be instituted. Visiting brethren will be present from I^thbridge and Raymond, and a splendid gathering is anticipated. Tho Presbyterian Church will ^be used as a lodge room for the time, being. � Mayor En Route Home Word was received last evening from Mayor Hardle, who is in Winnipeg today, v It is understood he left for Liethbrldge at noon. It will be imposalbte for him to arrive in time for at special meeting of the council tomorrow night, and Acting Mayor W'liliamson Is, therefore, calling  it for Mftnday afternoon, at two o'clock. A Chance to Save Money Every Day Evap. Peaches, itb for 2Bc Evap. Reara, atbe for ...... 25c Evap. Apricots, 2tb for .... 36e. Choice cooking"fige, per tt>. 10c. Choice Prunes,'per tb......10c Raisins,-16 oz,-- packet ..'.. .10c. Blue Label Catsup, battle. .30o. BLUE RIBBON TEA,'3fbs. for , LIbby's Catsup, bottle-..., ^. 206 C. & B. Mushroom Catsuii regular price 30o! now .. .20a Royal Shield Baking Powder 5 lbs. for ....... 70c. Choice Apples, 4/2 tbs for 25o. Shredded Wheat, 2 for ... 26a ..................V:....... $1.00 The PremiuiTi Grocery ''J, TUFF, PROPRIETOR 0|ipoiUe Terrlilc 824.11th St. South ) PHONB W Traction Engine Gounter- shaftis and Axles  .1. � � .� �, � � �.� � �. Gearing for Reeves and Case 32 H.P. Engines kept In stock� We are prepared to make countershafts and axles tor any makei of engine at figures below manufacturers' prices, The Lethbridge Iron Works ----- ^ LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 332. -frf HiginMfhaJn^ Horehound This 'oldk^hloned remedy for children's coughs is just as effectiv^j ftod^ay^ Good for "grown-ups". 26c ana BO cents HOREHOUfNlD TWIST tn 5tb boxes 25 cents' per pound J. D. Higinbolham & Ct>., Ltd. The 3!g25SS� '^^^^'^ TELEPHOfiE NO, 322 � A Fine Paper ^ ht>Idlng'the annual U". P. 'A. conventlonln Lethbridge next January has 'stii-red the farmers" of the South to-activity. ' CITY AND DISTRICT To Identify the Mules ' Mr, Hammer left this morning for Conrad, Mont., to identffy the mules: held there, as the ones stolen from 'his barn some weeks ago. ' ' Former Herald Employee Bereaved Word ,ha's reached; the city of the death of Bernice Altai Ruth Kelsey, in February. The,.little girl was ty?d years of age, and the;) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kelsey. Mr. Kelsey was, tor a number of: years, a member of the Herald -staff, leaving- Lethbridge last year for St. Thoinas, Ont.  ,;An Industrial Banquet ' J.' Harris, .of J. Harris & Co.( returned -this morning from Calgary. While there Mr. Harris attended a banquet: tendered the Medicine Hat Board of Tr^de by the Calgary Board, On the side of tlie menu were printed the names of one hundred manufacturing concei'ns, who were actually operating separate and distinct factories. Medicine Hat claims thij-ty-seven. : Good Friday at Salvation Army The local contingent of the Salva^ tlon Army will be fittingly 'celebrat Ingtlie. holiday season,, and a series of Bpeoial and interesting services have been arranged. On Good Fri day afternoon, at 2.30, the citadel band and a number! of soldiers will assemble at the railway track on Westminster road to. hold an open-air demonstration in the North Ward. In the evening an open-air meeting will. he held- near the Lethbridge I-lotei, on Fifth street, at? p.m.,'tobe followed by a song service in the cita^ del, eiititled "Lessons from the Cross." A large crowd is expected to .this service. Special music and singing is b^irig arranged. Everybody welcome. WE HAVE JUST UNLOADED A CARLOAD OF Columbian Neyerslip Wood Split Pulley^ - Can ship Immediately from stock...... All slz^s-4" to 12" face, 4" to 48", diameter, * , .Special sizes on Abort notice. ' , ' Fully Guaranteed. Prices Rights Stock'orders from the TRADE.especially solicited. ��' We also carry a full stock of . Leather and Rubber Belting, Shafting, Shaft Hangers. Etc. J. B. Turney and Company Supplies and Equipment for , Builders and Contractors. Lethbriclgej Alberta, > 1246 Second Ave. Mines and Mills. -PhfinesVyeB and 1755 Make'Yo3ur Gooldhg' a iPaIly>?Plea8ure Pleasure enters, the house'the very moinent that an Briez Gas Range is .installed in tfhe kitoJieii.-v It is surely,a genuine pleasure to be the possessor of an Eriez llange. . ; ^ Prices from $12.00 to $32.00 f Estimates furnished free for installing Gas in ordinary .Idtclien, ranges,: furnaces, fire .-�places,'etcJ^:'-' ^-r-'.vr ^- - -^ Phones 762 and 1762 1 l^l^stponed Sale XMoolfeVBros. Auction Sale iannounced for %^^%0f'Bjp^::A^jM^^^h&Q.Ti postponed to vlll conduct tbe service/this afternoon. Burial of a: S. A. Veteran The burial of the late William -Mac-leodj ex-sergeant 'of the R.N.W.M.P., was held' this afternoon, from: Fet-terly's undertaking parlors. Mr, Mac-leod died on iSunday at Brandon, the cause of death being paralysis. Deceased 'was stationed at Lethbridge, Macleod, Pinoher Creek, and Medl- Personal Mention . Oi T, Xiathrop is In Spokane on business this week. * . Mark Y. Croxall is a Raymond .visitor in the city. today. : /. H. Jl. .Whlddington - returned this: morning from Calgary, .where he had been for a week attending arbitration proceedings. In which he appeared as a witness.' A, W. Cpoley, of Spokane,-,".wbo is interested In cost: lands in this vlcln-' ity,i8.jln the pity bn business..' ' In his capacity, as D. D. G. M. of' -Masonic District No. 2,. H. A. DriggS, '-of Grassy: Lake, vwill visit Lethbridge -Lodgei-No. 39,' A.P. & A.M., at their ^ regular communication tomorrow evening. The first degree will be con-, ferred. ' '^Alberta Oilthtler?=- a^:d�^8P void.- Mr. Kritzwiser and his  -'^^^P'^*'** Xlo.-^T'H*V'i^ V ml Bois 'are ^assured of the heart-DOMINION �J;��j|^^�]f:^",''^Jyt iSVympatbrof the community. Tea^mWork spraying Light and Heavy graying of Every Desorlptlon. Work done at any �mj, day or night. All new outfits. We guarantee to give satlWaotlon. Give us a trial. Kimball Rbse Cartage Co. Office 207 Sherlock Building - . . ' � Residence and Stable Phone. 1850 PHONE 721* PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SiNGLE DRAY8 ' Offlee 408 RoMpd St., J' FIQGIN8, Prop. Phopp 632 - When Uneedus iRing Up,632 ^ � TRUNKS DELIVERED to^ any,p�rt of thc Cljy.%. '  " FURNITURE REMOVED , . . , 1 . ' ,,xJ?9.^hJ9'�.^^-- - ' 15 #,s;:iiv'::i ......^.&^'?feA�3'*,''-^ v/^'i'.ai.v'f'Cfr''-' ,1.......1.,.. ;