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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ,||ipRBjE BUS TO ALL TRAINS &rTOtel Windsor 'Best $1.26 a Day Hotel In \W: y-A: Alberta � LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDQB The Dallas Hotel , Is (the Bast gnd Mbit Conyeiv' lent Plade to Stay The fittings of thia house are swell. , Jack chose them with great care. The best In town from OUR big stock Were fitted by him there. C W. GRAY *�The Store That Saves You Money** SlOSth Street Phone 761 Developing ISc p�Ro" R 50C Per Dozen The British and Colonial Photographic Co, 7th St. Entrance to Shedock BIdg. IS N THE FIELD LOCAL PARTY "iMPORTS A MAN FROIVI EDIVIONTON  TO CONTEST RIDING BUY YOUR FRUITS ftim-VEGETABlES BY THE CASE You will s.ave money by doing so, .especially. These goods are all'iand"packed and alf fiut'the tin is guaranteed. . . . ,. _ . . TOMATOES-3s, Sanitary " tins. 2 tins for 38c.' Per case .......................... $3.90 CREAIM CORN-28, 2 for;.'................ 25c. Price per case...................*---- $2.75'; STANDARD PEAS-2s, 2 for..............'. 25e Per case ;................... $2,90 EARLY JUN'E PEAS-2s.' per tin.......... 15c. Price per _ca8� ............... $3.35 BEANS-Golden Wax or Refugee, 2s, 2 for ..26c. Price per case ... j.................----$2.85 vegetablesj^Assprted, i>er case ....... $3.26 When v(Jiic&i;:i;i:}st8 is In line with the announcement -^^nuide by Chas. O.Brien, Socialist M. ' ap^, for Rocky MoiJntain at a lecture in city, several weeks ago.  - lit had: be that Clem ~ ['StubbB, president of District No. "18, v. 'M.'W. of A. -would have been the nominee; but be declined the nomin--|Btionr -wlien the subject was 'broached ''to him, and on this account it was ^ ^ niw outside the city to se- cure a man. city and district Offering , Attractive Premiums The British Columbia Magazine is offering as a premium lots in White Rocjki B.C. The proposition is outlined in an ad. In today's Issue. 'H. H. Cowley, representing the magazine, is at the Lethbrldge HoteL Visited Old Friends M. S. Bryan, who was formerly stenographer in the police court here, but now connected with the office of Campbell & MacDonald, Macleod, barristers, was in the city yesterday, renewing old acquaintances. Creamery RIpener . The cream ripener for the new creamery arrived this moming,'and is l)eing installed at once. .The pasteurizer is expected any day, and the ibanagers expect to have everything itf^working order in a few days. Swedish Missioner Here Rev. J. A. Bjorklund, of Winnipeg, �^rlll arrive In the city tomorrow to hold services-among the Scandinavians of the raU-way. Funeral services" were conducted by the Rev. A.; G.. Gaanerop. Mr. Moffat was a member Of the SO. E. The bereaved wife and daughter have the sympathy of their friends. Mrs. Moffat desires, through the Herald, to return her sincere jtilanks to the many friends -who e5ttended sympathy in her hour, of affliction, ^nd also for thqbeauUful.floral t^-�butes. _ ",. Probable New Bishop That Rev. Father Burke; of Toronto, editor of the Catholic Register will be tht first bishop of the new Southern Alberta diocese of the church in this province, is the persistent rumor in Roman'Catholic church-circles in the south, and is generally credited in Calgary, where the bishop .will be stationed. It is rumored that the delay in tlje appointmeht.hiiiii. been caused by the loss of the,papal bull, signed by the Pope, in the Titanic 'wreck last April, and it is now necessary to go through all the fortnalltles again before the appointn;eut cat) be niade officially. In the' meantime' Bishop Legal, of Edmonton, has charge of the whole province, although he is .relieved of part of the diities in the south.- "The Herald called on-the Oblate fatiiers at St.. Patrick's rectory this mi^rning, regardingthe / ruipor, but they .were unable to confirm or deny the,statement.' Th^y had, just received the l-atestpapel advices from the head of the church in Rome, and no mention was madeof the.api^int. ment, which has been pending'for some time. an Phon�.B58,H , Third .Ay* Co.. Lid. ' > hlrd:A> city and district Ready for the Grading Eight cars of horses arrived this morning for J. Timothy, cq;itractor. These horses will be used on the ;Lethbrldge-Weyburn division of the 'C.P.R. ) � Three Good Reasons ~For three reasons the police-court :^id*,aiot sit this morning, namely: because of Mr. Elton's absence; because there were no cases to-be tried, and because this was a legal holiday. Ladles' College Opens April 1 Several prominent citizens of Lethbrldge.have'recelved invitations to be present at the formal opening of Alberta 'Ladies' College, Red Deer, on Tueefday, April 1. ,-: Public Offices Closed .Today being Easter Monday, and a legaH 'holiday, the banks, court house an"d other public buIMIngs are closed. The; city offices, however, were' open as .usual. - A Chance to Save Money Every Day Green Onipns, large bundles, 3 for ............ 25c. Leaf Lettuce, per lb.......35c. Celery, ......... ... ... .. 15c. Choice Bananas* ... ... ...40c. A tew boxes choice Ben Davis Apples ..........$1.60 Cooking Apples, lbs. for 26o. Choice Cooking Figs, per lb lOo Choice Prunes, per lb ,.....lOo Raisins, 16 oz packetB^ea'. . lOe. Choice Bulk Dates, per" rt) ,.10o Potatoes per 100 lbs ...... 85c All klncTs of Vegetable and Flower Seedd. The Premium Grocery m-llth �t South J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite T�rrille PHONE 674 Traction Engine Counter-^ shafts and Axles Gearing for Reeves and Case 32 H.P. Engines kept In stooki. We are prepared to make countershafts'and axle^ for any makd of engine at figures below: manufaoturers' prlcesi The Lethbridge Iron Works ---------- LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 332. Higinbotham's Mellow BsJm for' ation --_......_ .hriesB and Redness of the. Skin, caused by exposure to the hot sun. � colif'Vlids, frost or hard water. ' Impartp to the skin a,>de-liclous softness.'! For Chapped Hands oi* Lips It Is. invaluable May also , be used after . shaving. Guaranteed to contain nothing'in jurlouBk . Prepared only by J. D. Higiiibotham & Co^ Ltd. The Se^jCggg, Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 v , High Class Team  , The 'Western Transfer Co. on Friday lasfcipurchased.-* team of horses from MCKay Bros., Carmangay. It Is understood the price was Inthe neighborhood of  Jl.OOO. The compoby will show. at.least three teams at the gpring Stock show. -I. Oi.O. F. Installation On Wednesday evening, I^TOvinclal Grand Master R. H...^alrley will Institute the Magrath I.O.O.F. It is now almost certain that Grand Secretary O. E.Tlsdale and Grand Treasurer H; J. Adams win also be present. About thirty- will join as charter members, th&;. degrees being conferred'by the testo'from"Raymondii: Wednesday will be a.-red-letter day for Oddfel lowship in the Garden.City. Right After Business -There was a rumor, afloat this morning that the ,Inter.natlonal Harvester ' Company, and the Rumely Products Company had withdrawn their commission salesmen-from'the field. This proved to be" only a ru mor, horwe-ver, as the representatives of -both these concerns emphatically denied the report, ptatlng that they were going right ahead, harder than ever, hiit that a little more Judgment in the extension of credit would- be exercised. city ajj]^ district For New Post Office " A carload of machinery for the new Dominion and post office building, arrived this morning. � C. O. C. F. Meet Tomorrow The Canadian Order of phosen Friends will meet, tomorrow Evening at eight o'clock.In.the S,O.Ei hall. Provincial Secretary Visits City Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial secr retary, was in 'the city yesterday. He went north this afternoon to, Bdmbn-^ ton to attend thpcloslng days,of the' session. ., - � '; , ' Your Credit Is Good ____ _ Spring Tonic; and helps the :ejn adjust itself to the. change of season '""^t^i^gfi for a limited time. TPBRIDGE BREWINCi AN0 business'jlqca||: HEX TRANSFER, Phone 670, oMee Alta. Saddlary, opposite, Coaldalahbtel For atiick messages/and -bagg^ge^de* livery call Lethbrldge Mesengisr Service, Phone 686.  - '66-0 AUTOMOBILE LIVBRV: Phone. 1206. MizpaU Lodge Np!. 72; 1. O!' 0>vi*., will meet inSjhs. n?w haU,' Bertfmgn Block, -ISth ^t. :N.,'onj,*fondftyi',jiilBht for the first time.,,,Visiting -brethren are expected and cotdlally jvei'coine. OShe, Inltlaitory degree wJll'Jbe' ejfempll- if. ti' J. Tit'i... AlbertkOutfitl^rs DOMINIONvBLOJCK, ''SIXTH-'ST' ' .PHONE 1735'......- McClure Goes Peacefully Detective Sergeant Kroning left this morning for Coutts, where he is taking A;. McClure, who is wanted in Wyoming, on a- charge- of embezzlement, and who was arrested here las-t week. McClure says that he is not wanted for embezzlement, the charge being merely a hoax to get him back for desertion from the United States army. He did not wait for extradition �papers, but left voluntarily, stating |lthat-hehad,no wish to cause the government unnecessary expense, admit ting that he was a deserter, and "was willing-'to take the consequences. Steamship Arrivals  The Allan 'Line s.s.' Virginian, from 'LIvei'pool,r was reported 380 jnlleB southeast of Cape Race by wireless She, was due to dock OA Saturday night in Halifax. Western passengers will arrive at Winnipeg on Wednesday, and In Lethbrldge on Friday, The Allan Line s.s, Ionian docked at Halifax on Tuesday, the 18th. The iwestern, passengers arrived in WInni-nlpe^' on Saturday, and' are due in Lethbi;ldge. today.- - . �rile- Guntird'- Line -s.s,. Franconia �.WflB-.r^P9rt6atliree'hundred miles off jFa'stnet by wIrelSsS on i Wednesday, !'ahd.*l8 due to, arrive at Fishguard at ;i.;i)im. ofai^ Thursday,;, '^- 1> ' Personal Mention ; .R. H.. Pomeroy, of BoWviUe, la a iv^toor In'the city today. � �A 'Lu'dky Strike farmer In the city |';l8jJ>I..C;.,;^torrust. f.' Jamo^' E.' Rellly and wife, of Cal-L*gary, , weiit. through the city this iniornlng.' en route to Great Falls, jwhere'jMr. ReiUy Is Interested in the ii'real'OBtftte buBlne�s, C/ifift;i^bs; presldeint 6f; the U.:M, W jcii:>;^A^f;;g5l8tflctin the; city j'itoday';-fi^m Bellevue; '' j:, ^f:c^^^^f.H,''S�ott,;of Warnej*,. was an lEastei",visitor,to the city, '�'�i^jesse. Holt,' constable at Raymond, i?la Ih^.tqwD today.    WE HAVE JUST UNLOADED A CARLOAD OF Colunnbian Neverslip Wood Split Pulleys Can ship Immediately from 8tool'.il Secretary JPInley, of the Associate Boards of Trade, speaking on.the abattoir . quefltlon, sajd': "The nepe8sIty;.foi''inBpeotlon of all meats, in fact of all food products, is' becoming 'evident every day, and the fact-that progress � is v making along this line In,Western Canada, following, the eftortB to �strictly enforce such regiilations. In the east, will mean a great' deal to "Western Canada, through tfae'' ifiaiiitenaiice of better health'eonditions.''- ' . ' Seorfcttiry Flnley,'pointed out tlie dangers 'lurking 'In Ipipure"^ food pro-duotB, and the lgn6-r*hco 'of the general public, that � half- of- the meat they cpnsume is , contamin'ated and unfit for coiiBUiiaption?: '. -' ' The Burns people'" are not' support-ting the plan, as Mr;.Burns promised to do when here. 'TJi'sirl efforts seein to be directed against the plan, the object being to cut' off 'the export trad^, a.rid turn it into Calgary,  George Martin, the PIncher Creek'Board of'Trade, saya; . "The Vh'^'le situation "now seems t'o' home for Berlin. K .they say^ 'itjiatf my system'has ,bem�|wetlrof^^t^^^ ady, I shaiU rejorco^/'jirrimeasurablyi-wi til the thdusaMs'' of K itiy' coii'ni'ry-rneri upon whom'tubor^uiopis'�'has'iai