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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta dtel" Windsor I SriLll.^B^'S Day Hotel In I JAB ^ RONS RO.S7 Our Irons are made to Ji'old the heat,^and thus en-able you to do good work without burning yourself or the clothes. Our Ironing boaifds are adjustable to different sizes, are strong, fold into Small spaces and afford every conrenienoe aiid facility for good work. -.,, � � : , C. W.GRAY a^SThe store That SaVed You Mohey" 3filQ Sth Street Phone 761 More California Fresh V^'^^^M9s^ ahd Fruits Arriving 11 ...... ' . . , flLi-i^i, flconn Onions For the weeW*ond we have fresh Rhubarb, Radish etc. Also another lot of very line Washington App enbergs and.othera. " ' ' i: CALIFORNIA'RHUBARB^per lb ...... ...J2040c,-50o and . .;4 v. flOc. COOKING APpL^S-iglbs foP ...... , ...i. 26c. EATING APPLES-The Very finest; 4n>B tor 26c NO. 1. WASHINGTON APPLESi-all the best varieties, per bok.........................,^$1.65 .PHONES- Groeery Dept. 825 Wholesalo DfepL 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Qroeery Dept. 825 Wholesale Dept. 1271. A Chance to Save Money Every Day WEATHEK Letlvbridge, cleat UVING, SPEAKING -are what the people of today de-, mand.' i A)xe^:0ty^i^^S^, Th� crowd, was'iargefeah^Id^^^^^^ expressed their.'appreciation' of the enjoyable 'weiiing; if|^iM|ment|;gi;|*^ roCTamme- oi i.ue ' Mr. Bert.KlTlcbam is again able to be�^tWoriiJa th^.^Btore. after.a.,few tei^Ha^Wa's -4ayl>nB&BratJ,hpme; ^ . aBiillii and sisybh"yriV. fin^ our stock the fhy? Largest Stock CITY AND DISTRICT � A Chu>-oh Man  K. A. Van Orman; bishop of the Latter Day Saints' churcB^-.at Taber; Is in the dty on business. ' ' IVIr. John'ston^s Mission H. R. Johnston; 'of Stirljng, Is "'in town bandling the shipment.bl?lgoods consigned to the o: K. farm:' Electrical'cia'ss'Tpnlflht The'Yi a^i C;^Al elefetr^l:!;l^s&-^^^ meet at;ttie y. audltoriunv. tdnighti when a �dIsoUBslon iWUttaKfeVpfdc �the '|Natlbnal Electric. Code.';, ' ' � Minlate'r Off Hotrie Hon. A. J. McLiean^ ijroglnoial^ aec^ retary, came, dowT\'_trcim'-the;north yesterday afternpon^^and left" after a short atay here, lor-Taber.' � Dp, Patton in City Dr. Patton-of Coutts, the Liberal nominee'in the Warner constituency, was In the' city overnight, returning to the south today..," ' To .Settle theiLand The^^; K; fariji at Haymondisfin receipt.ofiacarioa^ of 'horses, lone'of .m'achinei'yyaW'on^ orimmigranta' effe^ett." "'^��'�'' - � ! 'Mau'retania^ H 5 The-.Cunard 'Iineri''MaarBtanIa''v was reported by? .wirelesiSi^Z-wilSs'^iast of ;r Ambrose LlghtsfelpX at J 6 s p.m.,, Ijn Tuesday,' and; was due-at^New^-^^^^ at'4 a.m. today. '. :�:.....' � Wm.' Robb. whd?iliBii^bargea) with stealing the pair of mulesC- from Jlam-mer Bros., was' comrol/.ted for trial UUs morning by 'wspedtor .West,, JiPi . , .,,,'--iil,^ , '* ; i Mr. Hodgson Honored :^ At the Alberta school tbachers' con venUon In ETdmonton; Mr. J. S. Hodg son,, ofi Lethbrldgei-.was ieleotedtohalr-: man of the seqondai^y schools, section Building Permits . ' Two building permits were taken out this morning by, J. Chamberlain for a'ho'uBeifftd<ioni'on liJthbSti/'N.-; to cost ?150 and by "Joe CoetaB for house repairs tohis.residence on 14th Street S., to cost-1300..' ' US |gi^^;latest woifds^ iii'ar -pricq^ll.oO " jil-ifl'ay':?......$1. %IITE HorsjB :00K B0QK Farmers NOTE: You wiir soon require :* Formal^ti and Gropher Poison FORMALIN (guaranteed full strength) We can supply in any quantity at best; :,; prices. . - ..� GOPHER POISON: Strychnine, MIckte&on's ,Kill 'em Quick Bolduan's Poison Grain. -Place your orders with us now. . The Red-Cross Drug andJojc^feoLtd. Phone 688 Third Ayfc' Qreftt OrtloniVl�Tge bundles. .3 forvT.'/..'.;......... 2bc. Lea'^ Lettuce," per lb.......38e. Celef/,-'.!,,....";;......\ .. 16c. Choice Bananasr.........*0c. A fewbOxeB ohotoo B^n Davis Apples ..........$1.60 Cooking Apples, 5Vi �s- '^or iioi Choice Cooking Flfls, P^* 'Ih lOe Choice Prune8,'per lb lOo Raislne, 16 oz paoketB, ea. . lOe. Choice Sulk Datee,p6r.lb ..lOo Potatoes per I'OOlbs ... t.. 86ci All kinds'of Vogetable and Flower Seeds, the Premium Groceiry n^llth �t! South i. TUFF. PROPRIETOR OppoBlte Terrlll* PHONE er* Pointers rrit Poisons Micklesori's �iaU-'em-Quick," Bolduan^ Grain -Strychnine, in Vs, \ 14, and , 1 ounce vials and in "bulk. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. � The 35g252Sl:^*'*''f , TELEPHONE NO, 322 v/"^ CITY AND DISTRICT ,I Close Season's-Work The,last meeting of the Boys' Sun day. Club will be held on Sunday afternoon at. 4.15. Mr.' J.. D. Higinbotham wll};speak on Ms trip through Palestine.and will illustrate his talk with colored Blides.  After the Good Ones David Baloovski, the Winnipeg cat tie, buyer as again in the city, after a trip to Edmonton. He went south to ftaymond this afternoon to' look over a-)>unch of beef catUe on which" he has h^dSWs eye for some tlnie. ' Bulldlnfl up Horse Ranch ; Geo. H. Countryman, one of the leadingjifarmers. of the Milk River district, -is ' in the city on bosiness. .Mr;;�,Cquntryman Is -engaged' in the hQn3te.;hu?lneBS extensively, and has lately.'added several. good horses to his, buncV; " �' _ '^C^rnm Stubbs Busy ' Clem'iStubhs,: president of District No. 18i U. M. W. of A., returned yesterday" .'afternoon . - from Edmonton, where^ he had *feetf on business in connection vwlth 0�B union, to attend theAlabVr con^liitfoa here in the after- jDLobif�; ��. ; , . , f^^r'fi^y, Problem ,IjejBlprb'cal ^d^murrage la^becomirig a term � of Irni^tance, railjvay i tclrcl^e^.; . j\ qomm^lcatten: fromJthe'n^innlpeg Builders' lExtihange ahdr theSoard.^ot Trade of tha't city anen,t this' matter will! come up at ,a' special urgent meeting of the local ,-Bullder^,' Exchangi^, In -theirboard �roomsf this v4Venl^:',.: : ^:" .............. The Polf'ce Court' Three �old-time offenders .at. the booee game appeMedihefore, Magistrate Alton.; IdJb . morning. Walter Bar-'rihgton; Hvho- recently completed a sojourn at the' barracks, was given 24 hours to make himself scarce.^ I>. Woods was given "$3 and-" while R?-Wallace, who was oiit on JIO baU, failed t(^ appear, bis bail being forfeited. ' Traction Engine Repairs We keep on.hand for immediotti' shipment gearing-and repair parts for; the 33 h.p. Keeves an^ Case engines. ' ' \ ' ^ , We make gearing for other engines as well. � ;>'v >' ' All gears are of the best quality of semi-steel and our lirlCM aa below those of the manufacturers. � . The Lethbridge Iron Works * ^ LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. PHONE 332. ftlJlLDERy SUPPUES Brick Cement Plaster Corrugated Iron Metallic Shingles Prepared Roofings J, B; Tumey and Company PHon^s 766 and 1758 � Lethbrtdfle. Alberta. ^ 12^'Second AVe. Team Work & Draying T. v.f Ja H^avV Draymg of Every Description. Work dona at any ffi'w^SSSt!* ill new ouUlts. .W� 'guarantee to glv, saUafaojton. \Give ua a trial. . , ; kittil^allRosfe^Cartage Co. Omce �^07;^fttertl'8ti.,.'PHone.M860- ^ PONY EXPRESS AND TRAJSTSFER ' > - nnUBLE^AND SINGLE DRAYS ^ FORM SHOW Owi'NG / TO PROVIN'cIAL ELEC TIONs' FARMERS WOULD BE TOO WUCH OCCUPIED \r: Spring Tonic , The-weathBt is a genUe.-though ll�n reminder that it'. tlm�. . pHONElir34-.ORDE'R8, PROMPTLY ATTENDED.TO The'Letlibridge Wine/and Spmt Howe CITY AND iDISTRlfeT "Mutt and Jeff\ ..' "One good laugh deserves;-SnbOi-�r." You just simply can't ''liUih "Mutt and Jeff" over in onernlg^t., See It again, and catch what yoa bubIk, ^ ed:thel other time. 'Those' itWb^^lfS^i^^^^ : A New Orchestra ' follows never do the same ithlngitfficel At the Kentish Men's" Iwnqu'et to- ^"^^^ of laugliter.-.�uV' r,,,^,, ^..-nhAatra a "new musl- ^� ""'^^P'^S �ver the auiilen:06;|)toi night, Cllne's orchestra, a rhevir niusl pal organization in the'city, iWll'l'make its first appearance. The orchestra ;ls In charge ot Mr. Cline, director of the Citizens.* band. J �  James Cameron's Funeral ..The funeral of th^'late James Cain-eron will' take iClace ohv^aturday at 3�30 o'clock from the family resldehcp, #nd will be In' 'charge .of i^^^V^ .Lodge No. 53, I. 0.0. -R. All members of the lodge and brother.x of tlie ordiBr, are invited-to J)ei.present;^ti>)pay the lastreBpects to bur departed - bro-;.ther and' are .'requested" to imeet'-^^'^^ ;the Oddfellow's hall at li30,;;b?cio^k^ promptly,  � , night and tomorrow night and,�^,.thfe matinee tomorrow. An avalanche-ftC delight has caught the town. /W'An the swim and see "Mutt and Xetf. Your CreditM Gobd':-#" Maijy'of Ibfi farmers who re;i'Uei\to letters bent outi by-the' socrjtarieSjoI L the f?Mixed-:Far mlng * Convention^ i.st a t-ing that' they./would', attend,', have ;Biflce written again saying thaton acgrttuit of. the^cwflicting dates^, ptithe .c^tiUVMition ; and the 'eleotionsj sthey liwJill,. noi;;:be able^to come.rSo'flt^wras ideenied^expedient to change.the.djites :-or{the. Stock' Show and Cdnventloh';^ - "those/^now agreed on being Ajpril .23rd. ^nd..24th. ��..,:.:,>,,-�:,� �: i'r^t.:4B hard, to predict what mea^sure 'of ^success the . change .will bring :;al;o'u|;Tf/Seedlng.operatita^ft;,^to.,have:.Mr.' McNeillie- of't^ ;C!l*;R;,.Ijave the special r^tes chang-(iio-roect the, dates .set' � .'� ' ,��'-':^tNoblfeithlB":ev-enlns!:; ji'; ifTlie; audience': con'slSted; of fpurfv Mberal^,. iouj;. -ConBervatlves, three -ift^ieB,- three ^speakers, arid & reporter',ot the Calgary NewB^Tole-gram..'-,;',.>;;� i,;:y;'.i\v,,\ Mr. Gumming, of Carmangay, the �first,jSpe�iker,:Bald].that he was not a;: Rul)'liCii^IJ^;alcer;:^:A^ ireallze^stieWe he fltilBh'ed speakiDgt-s l:::ur;:^:_:% .McDonald,'' Calgary, .the vqcatevw- eciual sij-iftag? : fo-r-..both' sexes.. :i!$e::'.then' re^hashed the* A. (& G.W.- deal tor about-.an hour.- He denouiioedf the "depipriBtmkon-farms and ,they,1governm'cn); 't^le'phoneEt, he-;cauft0: the^t: Vv;er6'HQt/yaying a.i^^ ln.tergrit'o,n the mo'a&y inveated. He BUSINESS LQCAtS^^^ max TRANSFER, Phone 670, office AUa yiS^, opP^i^e.Cbaldale bbter tTfie-I>.r^ajia''M.-of!-:^. .whist; drlvp; 'in'S.VO ll. W3it^.,wiU;bWlielevening. .C^""^- blir&eitable to the 2]^t, thus asBur-inf-jan'iBcr^aaed numher in all class-!; 'EVdV*�''*"^^ made to .as-' sure'the farpiers that.this convnntion Vill"lie ,pf. great-advantage to them, �itftnan/ ways,^p�nd the larmers;-'Co-opetallon'is necessary. 'The"Vale of cattle will take place on,th^*alternooh of the a4th. ^ ''staking NO CHANCES ' Hjiedlolne- Hftt, 'March 27,-Mayer '^pencei' {oday. lasked ."and repeiv.^d 'ikW'pfJ.afepfende, 'fpa-.'jJir'ee' w8^lc^, ^ltJwuti'Ba>larx;Vin order.lth^t '.^^^ V�l��"? V^nif i4lKtf>'' 'Tbla 'IndisaiBO -that, tbe'.M|ay,0|, -^imett.eoc; ladieB'tree/ SO-1 \\' '''.4** -'J'f^ � nf^immtf" glv,0;:W|i';timq/t(>. tne'eleguo^l,^:'�.m' ^ Alberta cutntlem Mikmi:m\^^. ^k^m. MrB. M. Carlston';rhdi;ao'-raiiolier,oi Livingstone,, Montaija, is ' in ,t(wn i-with a carjdad of'hp^y. horses', ,wh|oh mand for .theV^, -hut'Wat 'nohpdy. has "long gMen.'';,, ! ,the hotses ^utfoaded and they will be Ied\here lor a time awaiting ship.iiciifc' 'to\ some other point if sho'canirtt dispose'ot them here Mrs OarlStoh is a real "old-timer", arid is'on'to all the dodges of. iotSB-tradi'ng, - � ' � Her consignmient consists ol IB head of mares' an,;flade, a, faTmer,f�s/aa Instajitln killed -here to-. .-whenrho '6tti.-^M 'ije^ea^- * freW,6ar,'lP ^blqKt-were atoy^d.hlB rhouBehiiiafE^nd faffeftteotBr' , , 4 4 BR^AD, CAKES'AND PAS| ' TRY OF TKE.BE^T ^ ^, QUALITV - AT THbiy!P80N!y=>JlOC| 7031 ;