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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor "Best $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LfeTHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel is the Best and Most Convenient Place to Stay_ Our roof paints peiiflrato tlie wood and mako it impervious to moisture, thtis tjie rocf not only lasts ft great deal longer, but affords much better protection while it does last. C W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 havana pineapples for preserving The proper time to preserve Pineapples Is when they nro in First Class ponditlon and the price is the lowest. NOW Is the best time to preserw Pineapples. We have just received a large shipment of extra choice Havana Pines at a remarkably jrood price. ^^^lJle these last our price flJQ OO to yiKi lyer dozen Is.............................................................. ..^CiaUU Order your sitpply now -they are bound to sell quickly. CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Have so far this season not made tlieir appearan l-e on this market, but we have been sisuretl that they will this week. Watch our ad's for the news in fresh fruits. -PH0NE8- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271 the good company High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62S Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEAIHER THE VOTE IN LITTLE BOW The following is official count of the Bow riding: the result of the vote in the Little K - * * > 20 Bow V'allej ...... . i) 0 7 15 Vnshingtou...... . 0 0 0 Ifi r';rsda3's....... . 0 0 4 14 Plair.flfid....... . 3 � 4 34 l.org C;ulee..... . 1 2 1,5 31 C hiimploii ...... . 1 1 2l) CS nwood ...... . 0 0 5 20 nrx^My....... . 4 o 12 12 Tligh Hills ..... . 10 9 0 22 Greinw.iy....... . 20 9 7 13 Ro ling I'rairie .. . . 14 1 22 23 lilarniug's ...... . 1 0 11 32 Uldivay........ . 13 1 10 S. Sn-;:y Plain..... . 20 0 11 K(id v.m....... . 53 2 3 1 Vulcan ......... . 8 5 50 38 Loraa......... . B 1 12 14 lit arnleigh ....... . 20 0 12 4 Lal:e .McGtegor .. . 17 0 33 JfJ 302 124 335 721 THE VOTE IN TABER The following is the official count of the votes at the various poUs in Taber riding: Ives -McLean Smith IJarney......... 1 57 6 .New West...... 2 6 0 River Bow...... 1 18 0 Eyemore....... C 14 0 Kinnondale..... 12 16 13 Wheat Centre ... 4 23 9 Swe6t Valley .... 5 17 4 Yetwood....... 3 13 2 Rosemeau...... 1 12 2G Lost Lake...... 1 30 2 Lone Star...... 4 56 3 Iron Springs .... i; 13 26 Taber......... 21) 130 34 Taber......... 37 120 .=12 E)ca.T......... 4 11 13 Barnwell....... 1 17 0 Gnssy Lake .. ... 45 S4 6 Purple Springs .  15 79 0 BurJatt ;...... 29 53 1 Bow Island...... 22 S9 2 Kghfield....... 0 30 3 Fletcher........ 4 IS , 0 Smiley........ 6 4 0 Chin.......... 0 2 1 Coaldnle....... 11 11 0 Ex. Farm...... 17 44 0 White's........ 6 5 0 Stirling........ 16 47 0 Raymond...... 34 115 2 Welling........ 2 6 0 Lehi .1........ 4 6 0 She;bouTne...... 0 7 0 John Ell....... 5 9 1 Totals....... 341 1231 234 Max. :\lin. .. 48 23 .. 48 24 .. 46 27 .. iz n .. 48 31 l")3 31 51 27 60 32 59 35 45 24 49 2il 50 20 43 33 .11 08 30 ,55 33 .03 .20 HEAVY RAINS QUENCHED FIRES Marinette, Wis., .May 5.-A heavy SIFTON FARM [downpour of rain last night quenched BUILDINGS BURNED jiig (orest fires, which have been rag-Brandon, May 4.-Fire destroyed ing in Oconto, Florence, and Forest the tarin buiidiiigs on the old Sifton counties in Wisconsin, and several larm today, the loss totalling $2,000. i counties in the upper peninsula. Lethbridgc, clear ... Hdmouton, clear ... Red Deer, cloudy ... Calgary, clear ...... Prince .Mbcrt ...... Jloose Jaw ...... ... Brandon, cloudy ... . Winnipeg, clear ...... Grand Forks ........ \'egreville ........... -Vaclcod, dear ..... Medicine Hal, fait ... Saskatoon, raining . Kamloops, clear ...... Peuticton .............. Cool weather has been general over the prairie provinces. In Alberts and parts of Saskatchewan it has been quite frosty (luring the night-Light local rain and snow flurries have occurred in parts of Saskatchewan and -Manitoba. FORECAST : All West-Fine today and ou Tuesday. Tuesday slightly milder. CITY AND DISTRICT Nanton's Popular M.P.P. .r. M. Glendinning, .M.P.P., of Nau-ton, spent the week-end in the city. Mr. Jensen In City Lehi Jensen, the well-known Jla-grath mi.\ed farmer, is in the city today. P'ersonal Mention Mr. E. A. Cunningham left this afternoon for Calgary on business. JiT. and Mrs, G. C. .McDonald, of New Dayton, spent the week-end with Mrs. McDonald's brother, Mr. X. B. ?eat. Mr. Ives Returns Mr. W. C. Ives, president of the Lethbridge Board of Trade, returned from Ottawa yesterday. He has been away for about two weeks on business in connection with the importation of cattle from Mexico. Meeting With Success The committee appointed oa Thursday night to complete the list of guarantors for the Imperial Home He-union association has finisihed its work, and a meeting has been called for tonight In the Beard of Trade rooms. All guarantors are urged to be on hand. 1 House Cleaning Requisites In our stock you will find many articles that wUl assist you and greatly lessen this laborious task. Here are;a, few: Liquid Ammonia, large bottle ..................26c. Furniture Polish, Large Bot. tie..... ............. 25c. Powd. Borax, pkg.......10c. Liquid Veneer, bot......25c, Chloride Lime, tb ...... 20o. Scrulj Brushis, 3 for____10c The Redtross Drug ' and Boqfc Co.. Ltd. Third Ave A Demonstration of All Right Prices Shredded .Wheat Biscuits, 2 for....................25c. Cheese, per lb........... 20c. Shredded Coooanut, per lb. .25c. Lyie's Syrup, 2 lb tin ..... 20c. Baking Powder, 51b. tin only, 70c Choice Potatoes, 26 lbs for 25c. Choice Potatoes, 100 lbs. .. 80c. Carrots, 4 lbs for ......... IO0. Cabbage, 4 lbs for ........IO0. Lettuce, Fresh dally, lb. ... 30c. Green Onions, per bunch ., 05o. The Premium Grocery 924.1 tth St. SoutH J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrlll� PHONE S74 CITY AND DISTRICT A Business Visitor George A. Cunliffe, of Medicine Hat, 1e a business visitor in the city today. On a Visit J. Owens, of tlie Western Auto Co.; is being visited this week by his brother from Los Angeles, who arrived in the city ou Friday last. Southern Boosters R. A. Gillies, the Raymond jeweller, S. S. Newton, Cardston, and F. ,H. Johnson and J. H. Banner, of Warner, were In the city over Sunday. Running Southern Flyer E.G. Harvey is in charge of the Lethbridge-Great Falls train during the absence of Conductor C. BiTkctt in the East. From Great Falls Wm. Livingstone, O. L. SpenccT, A. H. Ayers and Ed. Cowan, all of Great Falls, Mont., were in the city over the week-end. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED New Editor at Fernle P. H. Newnham has succeeded E. P. Nerwich, as editor of the District Ledger, official organ of the Jliners' Union. The latter resigned over a week ago, owing to friction with the executive of the union over the Alberta elections, and hasr gone to Florida. WelJ-Known  Here Arthur H. Ayers, travelling passenger agent of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, spent the week-end in the city, coming up from Great. Falls on Saturday. Mr. Ayers Ip well known in Lethbridge, having been in charge of the Colorado Springs special In October, 1911. . Prospe'cts Are Good .1. F. Bradshaw Is In the city from his ranch at KitabaU today. Mr. Bradshaw is woil pleased with the crop outlook. The show was rather hard on his sheep, 'but the range has Improved wonderfully with.the snow, and he thinks Uvestoch should have an e.tcellent season. lD.HlCINp"hAM &COr Family & ' Dlsffen'SIng Chemists Just j|.rrived A large shipment of Rexall Remedlef) including: jVinty-Three Hair Tonic (The only guaranteed Hair Preparation) To Moderate a Call Rev. A. G. Cameron, of Knox Church, went to Macleod today to act as moderator at the congregational meeting of tlie Presbyterian church there in Its call for a minister. Lacomt)e's Bull Sale Secretary'jack, of the Lethbridge E-\hibition Board, has received the announcement ughly investigated since the murder of Herman Rosenthal. Four inspectors are under Indictment and are now awaiting trial. WILD WOMEN AN REIGN OF lERROR BRITISH COUNSEL DOES NOT MINCE WORDS IN DESCRIB-ING. THE SUFFRAGETTES J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. Best He Has Seen N. H. Murray is in the city from his farm at Wilson Siding. Mr. .Alurray says this is the best spring he has ever seen in the west. There isj plenty of moisture tor good growing conditions. The light frosts of the last few nights have done no damage. They have checked growth to some extent, hut wheat will stool hetter as a result. Mr. -Murray has five hundred acres of spring wheat above ground. Steamship Arrivals The Allan Line s.b. Victorian, from ( Liverpool, was reported three hundred miles east of Cape Race. -She is London, May 5.-Great interest was taken in the police court proceedings against the suffrage leaders, held on charges of conspiracy tmder the Malicious Damage Act, which were resumed at Bow Street today. Archibald Bodkin, the prosecuting counsel for the treasury, in opening the case described the law of conspiracy and said the defendants had been constantly meeting together. He reterred to "General" Mrs. Drum-mond as a "violent and unscrupulous woman." He said Clayton, the chemist in whose possession were found documents describing a plan of pondcnco of the chemist, Clayton, with Miss .\nnie Krnncy, Mr. Bodkin said : "It is a terrible thing tor a man to prostitute his knowledge to carry out such wicked acts aa the burning of buildings and the explosion of bombs." due at Montreal today. Passengers campaign for burning down buildings for Lethbridge arrive on Friday. in Lont^on had put his brains at the The Cunarder Ultonla was delayed disposal of the women tor cartving ' out crimes and pro.jlucmg what their J CITY ASB DISTRICT To See Opening Game. C. J. Eckstorm went to Uie Hat this morning to see the Hattt;rB open the professional ball season with the Reglna Bonepiiers. Builomg Permits Lewis Leigh has taken out a permit for a $1000 house on Twelfth street B North, and P. Lesluk will build a $150 addition to his residence on Twelfth street A North. In the spring the refreshing properties of ou r Easter Bock Beer are most appreciated One's lassitude is quickly dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the ^l^system adjust itself to the change of season V;v ^Gn sale in kegs for a limited time ^ :he lethbridge brewing and ialting company limited 554 Remove Cement Duty The petition memorializing the Minister of Trade and Commerce to remove the duty on Portland cement for six months, as reported In Saturday's Herald, Is being circulated today by Secretary Fletcher, of the Builders' Exchange, and will be forwarded In due course along with similar petitions from builders iu other western cities. W. B. Powell Promoted Lethbridge will shortly lose W. B. Powell, superintendent in charge of the mine rescue station here since the opening of the station, and forme-ly president of District 18, V. M. W. of A. .VI r. Powell goes fo Blairmore, where he will be in charge of the mine rescue car, which works as auxiliary to the station at Blairmore, and is engaged in moving from mine to mine giving instruction In the qae of rescue appliances. Mr. MoDonald, who has had charge, of the Blairmore station, will succeed Mf. iPowell here. BUSINESS LOCALS � ' REX TR.ANSFER-^Phoae 070. Albor-ta Saddlery, opp. Coaldale Hotel. 103-0 Turn Out for Practice All the girls of St. Cyprian's basket-hall team are retiuested to turn out for practice this evening on the grounds south of the church. ' The time Is 7.15, not 8.15, as publiBhed._ Your Gredit Is Good considerably hy fog. She is due to dock at .Montreal on Wednesday. The next sailing wlU be some^vhat delayed. The White-Star-Dominion s.s. Laur-entlc is due at Quebec today, Montreal tomorrow. The Araibic was due at Halifax on Saturday, but no report has been received as to whether she docked on time or not. Th'e Cunard liner Carpathia was reported by wireless 1371 miles east of Ambrose lightship. Lethbridfje Girl Made Good As an evidence of the guality of the instTuction in drawing that hai> heen given In the city schools. Superintendent Hamilton is in receipt of own paper described as a "reign ot terror" in London. From the comfortable seclusion o! Paris, Mr. Bodkin added, Christobel Pankhurst had sent an article every week to the suitragette paper, either commending what had happened during the preceding week or inciting to further acts ol militancy. In illustrating the control exercised by Mrs. Emmcliiie Pankhurst over the "wild women!' Mi. Bodkin called attention to hei: declaration of a truce while parliament was discussing the government's franchise bill. At a word from her,, he'said, militancy stopped, only to he resumed at her command when the bill was withdrawn. "The doings ol tliese miscreants," VALOABLE EXPRESS CAR WAS BORNEO Calgary, May 5.-It was learned here this morning that the express car un C.P.P^. train No. 13, was completely destroyed by fire east of Medicine Hat late Thursday night. The contents of the car were Talued at approximately $125,000, and are a total Joss. There were hundreds ol coiisignments, mostly to Calgary people. The company has no information as to the cause of the fire. news that little .Marjorie Morrison,'he continued,,-"we only publi.shed in who with her parents lately removed i the newspaper thfe Suilragette, which to Spokane, has jun won a second j is an organ of/.-rimo." Referring to the conspiracy revealed in the corres- Alberta Outfitte>;$ DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. 8, PHONE 1738 ' prize of $15.00 in a drawing competition in that city. Thi.s comijetition was open to pupils of both the public and high schools, am) the first prize was won by a high school pupil. After the award was made, the prize winning drawings were exhibited in a downtown window. For the past year Marjorie has been a pupil in Grade III., Central school, and her class-maites and friends will be ylad to hear of her success. She is a granddaughter ot Mrs. E. M. Blue, 1205 Sixth avenue South. VOTE IN GLEICHEN i_ Gleichen, May The following Is the official count In Gleichen riding; McArthur McKIroy \*illiams........ 9 3S Irricana......... 54 32 Beiseker......... 53 4 Hlijds........, ,. 52 , . � 9 Rosebud......... 6 ' 3 Standard........ 17 8 Nightingale ....... 27 8 Keoma........ .. 21 7 Dalroy.......... -(?  28 Hodson......a. 13 20 Langdon........ 55 C2 Cheadle......, ... 24 22 Strathmoro...... 6.1 3 01 Namaka........13 26 Gleichen A....... 5fl �2 Gleichen, B....... 57 00 Moorehouso...... 3a .10 Horse Track...... 15 3 Mc'Kinnou....... 13 1 ShpphftTd........ 9 28 Queenstowii...... Hi 28 Totals .........641 57G CANADIANS DID THE SPOUTING St. Louis, May 3.-"A Century of Anglo-American Peace," was the general topic for consideration at the 4 th Amorlqan Peace Conference today. Judge Elddell and Editor .lohn Lewis, of Toronto, and .Tudge Russell; of Halifax, weffe the speakers, all declaring for world wide peace and AngU-Sajcon amity. Willie Wants to Know Willie--"Paw, does a Scotch Highlander wear kilts all the time?" Paw-"Yes, my son." Willie-"Well, how does he' scratch ft match?"-Cincinnati, Enciuirer. The Davidson Metal Company, Limited WLsli to anil ounce to thoir many patrons that they have added rhuubiag and Heating to their other lines, and are in a position to take ..cai'e of either new work or repairing in the same careful manner that the^^ have in the past. The Davidson Metal Co. Ltd. Plioiie 1442 320-6th Street S. ;