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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Specialties for - ^ We Have Them ; A good lock will last neaTly a life-time. Isn't the difference it affords in safety over the cheaper lock worth many times the small difference in price. A house with good things inside and cheap locks is like a lot of monev in a pocket with a hole in It. C. W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money** 310 5th Street Phone 761 Pr�mium.B,rstnd Hams and Bacon, New I^t.d Egg Vegetables antl everything that is soasonabJe. BJ sobally and your order will be careful}^, attended. SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS-Medium size and' not too fat. Price per lb '.......27�. SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON-SideS are small, and ieaa riiiis fhr&Ugh them. Per XH. ...,,35c. NEW LAID EGGS-Guaranteed strictly fresh; Price 3 do�eii for...................... $1.00 CREAMERY SUTTER--Wild Rose and KneeljlU Brands, freshly churned, per tb ......... 40c. On Saturday we' expect a shipment of Fresh California Rhiibarb,. "Asparagus, Radishes and Strawberries, although we are not absolutely certain of the Strawberries. �^I?restvGhiu-n^ddreain?.ry Butter, pYeah Fpults and foic 525 If it is not coiiyenlent for you to come per- RIPE TOMATOis-T-Qualily ot the best CaUtornla stock, per tb :. f*.... .l........,......... . 20 AVENUE SOUTk 5 -19 12 -19 10 -10 10 -18 5 -23 4 -16 52 It 3� 17 2 -12 6 -18 2 -14 10 -18 - 2 -20 8 -14 24 6 Regina, clear ............. Minnedosa, clear ... ..... Nelson .................... Grand Forks............ Calgary, clear ..... ....... Medicine Hat., fair ...... Prince Albert, cloudy . Moose .law, clear ...... Qu'.^ppelle, clear . Winnipeg, clear ..... Kamloops* cieac ...... .. Fine and decidedly cold weather has prevailed all over the, prairie provinces. It has bean, from 10 degrees he-low zero to 23 below in Saslfatche-and 14 degrees below zero in eastern Manitoba. FOKECaST : Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Fair and cold today and on Friday. Alberta-Fair, rising temperature today aad oa Friday, CITY AND DISTRICT Tabor's'Ex-Mayor iVeier Hammer, ex-mayor of Taber, is in the city on business today. I Here's Food For Thought : with the approaoh of Spring-yoii will need a good tonic to brace you up and Invigorate your system,against the coming hot .weather;--'-'"^'.'",'�� ii Try a glass of our Stout or Ale; We sell only the best quality The Lethbridge Wine and Spirit House PHONE 1734 :-:::: BEGIN BLOCK, 5th ST. S. No Herald Tomorrow Tomorrow being : Goda � Friday, and a statutory holVdiy, ttipre'iWil be no issue of the' Lethbridge Her4id. District Passangir Agent ^ Mr. K. G. McNelltle, district pasB^n-ger agent of the C. P. R., at Oalgaty, went to Fernte'li'n the ''511" yefitfer- day. , . � � � Old Tirrter Vliitsr Fritndi - , " Thosl Gleuwrlght ahdv'TS'lft are in the "city, -today,' � hu '.]>6ute"' from the coast to Winnipeg, � where Sir, Glen-wright 18 conn'ected with the Customs department. Mr. Glenwtlglit has not been III 'the city for 22: years. He Is an old timer here, at'biie time being an employee of the A. R. '& Coal .Co. Mr: and Mrs.. Glenwright are visiting with ex.Ald. Jas. Ashcroft, while in the cityr " : ' " s >V' :^t^'''' Bank Clearings Increase  I'he bank clearings for the weeTt en'dftg today are: $561,788.06. For itheSiOorresponding week last year.the 'ftinomit.was. .$526,040.15, the dlSerence b'elMr^s,an advance of *35,747.91. Maionfc Meeting Tonight ;Lethbrldge liodge. No. 39. A.F. and A.M., meet tonight at'Sp.m; The first degree will.lye conferred, and H. A. Driggs, of Grassy Lake, will ylBft the lodge in his capacity as D.D.G.il. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT-ING COMPANY, LIMITED Paint Unsightly Pojes In his annual report City Engineer Blanchard recommendeii that ih^ co^mcll take steps' to, haye all poles erected on city streets pVinted. Lapt summer the parks and boiilevarda department began painting. :the '^stakes siippoiltiQg trees oh the �boulevards, and thei Improyemen't was plainly' noticeable. Poles are painted in other cities, and it is thought 'the aaine scheme, should he followed here to do away with the unsightly, appearance of those atanding on the houlevalrds. The parks -depattm^nt'will likely be asked to take the matter iip, with the I'proper authorities.  The Late T.; H, Moffat . The death'took place ye'sterday at 6.15 6th Street South, of'Thomas H. Moffat, aged 31 years,'6 months. Mr. Moffat was a victim' of'the dread disease, consumption, and came to Letb-brldge from Toronto tiiiree years ago In search of health. Hp was one of the first condutftorsonthe-stre'et railway and was highly- respected by a large circle of friend^. He leaves a widow and one daughlef-, also father and mother and four sisters; all'resident in Lethbridge and one brother living in Toronto. He was ^ member of the Sons of Bnglartd, Toronto. � The, funeral will take place Saturday at I 2.30 o'clock. The widow and daughter,' aged parents and other friends have the alncerest sympathy in their great sorrow. ^ |M^|he sjirmi^^^^^^ refresKing properties of our s^ii^lidcpBeerkre^^^m^ . teiikitude 18 by a glasi fe^^^Sl^ti'Spitijig: 'Tonii,^:^^ .helps .the lil^iitiiselif to the chaiige of season . "^^||j|^:fpr^;Iimited;tim^ {]|tII3cjE BREWING AND Easter Novelties our Easter Display of novelties this year la'bigger and; better, than ever. CHICKENS, RA9BIT^,.B5AL DUCKS, 'BASKETS, CHOC; OLATE EGGS, BIG EGGS, CONTAINQING TOYS, Etc., RABBITS AND WAGONS, AND OTHERS.  Avoid disappointment by making your selection now. The RedCross Drag and Book Co.. Ltd. Phofiij 655 ; Thlr Prepared, only by wife aqd A Chance to Save Money Every Day Evap. Peaches; 2tb for ..... 26c Evap. Pears, atbs for ...... 25c Evap. ApHcots, 2tb for .... 3Bc. Choice cooking figs, per tb 10c. Choice Prunes, per tb. ..... 10c Raisins, 16 ez. packet .....lOo. Blue Label Catsup, bottle. .30c.. BLUE-RIBSOrJ TEA, 3Jtie. for .. Libby's Catsup, bpttle ..,... 20i C. & B. Mushrbbm Catsup regular prlpe 3.0c; now ...20o Royal Shield Baliing Povvder 5 tbs, for ...,...'..�.... V. 70o. Choice Apples, 4!4 2Bc. Shredded Wheat, 2 for ,.; 250 ...............______$1.00 The Premium Grocery 824-11th 8t. South J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opuottte TerrlHe PHoNE>87� Traction Engine Counter-shafts and Axles Gearing for Reeves and Case 32 H.P. Engines kept In stock. We are l)repared to make countershafts and axles for any make of engine at figures below manufacturers' prices. The Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. WE HAVE JUST UNLOADED A CARLOAD OF Columbian Neveirslip Wood Split Palleys Can ship Immediately from stock. All sizes-4" to 12" face, 4" to 48", diameter. ' 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 HangersJ Etoi - J. B. Turney and Company Supplies and Equipment for Mines and Mdt.s, Builders and Contractors. Phohes 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, Alberta, 1245 Second Ave. START RIGHT MAke Your Cooking a Daily Pleasure Pleasure enters the house the very moment that an Eriez Gas Eange is installed in the kitolren. It is surely a genuine pleasure to  be tiie possessor of an Eriez E,ange. ^ Prices from $12.00 to $32.00 Estimates furnished free for installing Bas in ordinary Id-tchen ranges, furnaces, fir& places, etCi , Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phones 762 and 1762 GENUmE BARGAfS . AlB a Special Inducement ^ for Saturday Selling We have decliiled to place our full line of Suits and Boot* anri Shoes on sale, rogardless of coat. :; If. you wa'fti.to buy a Suit or a pair of Ames-Holdea "Union Made" Boots o"r.'shoes-at wliolesale prices, act quickly. Sidis from $7.85 to $30.00 each Shoes from $1.95 to $5.50 pair SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY ' 1< LETHBRIDGE CLOTHING HOUSE SAM 8ADOW8KI, Prop. Nevi/Slnnot Bloci<, 5th St, South. To Beautify School Grounds � The beautlfioatioti" scheme proposed for the Lethbridge school grounds, and outlined by'the. Herald some time ago, willrbecarrled-tInto -effect' this Bummer. This, was .decided at a special meeting Of the sites. and building committee of the board on Tuesday evening. The amount appropriated was $500. ' To Discuss Abattoir r, 'At the Board of Trade ejteoutiv.ei meeitlng tonight, the matter of a pub-, lie abattoir will'be further-'dlflcussed. The �whole question is to be oottflid-ered at the Monday meeting of tflie couttoil, and the Board of Trade has-been advised of. this, In order, that they may have a delegation present ii they 80 wish. Teaiii Work & Drayitig Light and Heavy-Dyaying of Every Description. Work done at any time, day or night. All new outfits. We guarantee to. give satisfaction. ' Qive us'* trial. Kimball Rose Cartage Co. � " " PHONE 721 Office 207 Sherlock Building (Residence and Stable Phone.-iBSO PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS ' Office 408 Round St., ' J. FIQGIN8, Propu Phcgie 632 When Unecdus Ring Up $32 TRUCKS DELIVERED to any part of the city. ^ . . coau.c.p;d. FURNITURE JIEMOVED 31 ;