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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel -Windsor Bolt H.25 a Day Hotel In i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHDDIUOE Tliolhiltns Hotel. It the Beil mid Most Conven- with Our Tools tf an investigation of. the causes of swearing ware made amongst i-arpeuters. il be found thru in 9P9 oases out of one Ihousaud the is a bad lool. kind of tools we and C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O Sth Street Phone 761 Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK. SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1735 With Orange Honors The funeral of the late fl. K. Harle mau will he held tomorrow afternoo at two o'clccn, from the residence to St. Church. Burial will take place- under the auspices of the Or- ange Order, and ait brethren ave re- quested to meet at one o'clock in tlnltv bull. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LrAXJiTlVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Drupgista refund money [f H fails to eyre. E. W. U ROVE'S EignaturQ on each bos. 25c. Cheque Raising You are the the cheque raiicr robs. Protect your bank account TODD PROTECTOGRAPH by sine-tenths of the commercial banks and one hun- dred thousand merchanta. Hullt for and guaranteed to a buelncES lifetime. Correspondence Protectograph Agency Avenue East, Calgary. Sole for Alberta MACLEOD Macleod, May fathers had a quiet business meotine on Monday nighi. Ali the racmbere re present. Mayor Stedman. preBid- A artist seut in a letter asking for control of all rights to bore for oil, gas and coal, ID or nenr the (own of Macleod. This the .Mayor referred to ihe Works and Property committee, where it will rc- receive proper t realm eat. The Public .School Board have ar- ranged to build a school on Tenth etreet West, This will accommodate all the children south of ihb trnck, for a short time. A brick scboo] will also be bulk on Nineteenth street ar, which will a large portion of the central district of the town. This will he used for the High ECbcol. hlao the higher grades. The Board find it difficult to retain the lady teachers, as they find it more pleasant employment starting homes of their own, Many families wbp reeide in town during ibe winter months, have re- moved 10 their farms, these homes are aJl filled by new arrivals from 'other points, who have cotnc to make Mac- leod their home, Macleod Dreamery are turning out a. Tine sample of hiUter. which finds a ready sale in the homo nsar- X-er. W. Hunter, from Willow Crock, was a business visitor this week. acd cattle are. In good condi- tion, JoEi venter. He has gone into the industry, and thinks after his experience of last R-Inter they are worthy of more at- tention from the farmers and ranch- ers of this sonthern country HIE crop of "wool Tvill pay an expenses, and have a large number of abcep for mutton ready for market early in June. A parly of Royal Arch Masons from Shekinah Chapter, Lethbridge. visit- ed the local chapter, Bekah. on Tues- day evening last, and conferred the M.M.M. degree upon iwo local breth- ren. After lodge business the vfflflor, uuesta of Bekah Chapter nt a little supper in the- Silver Grill, the pleasure of which, however, was a'orae- wnat curtailed hy the x-ieitori having in "run" for their irain. The party comprised Messrs. C. W. Ccoh. J. Jones, C. S. Dore, T. R. Davidson! Jae. and N. T, Maotsod. SEASONABLE GOODS ARRIVING DAILY sli 1'niils and vegoln.blos J'or Saf.ur- osh nncl nl the lowost price possible oiuls. FRESH 25c. FRESH WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS Very crisp and tender, per Hi 20c, FANCY silo, GREEN per ]b JOo. NEW POTATOES, imr Ib -.15c. bunches, 3 (or 25c. GREErt bundles for 10c. FRESH for lie.' Another shipment of Extra Fancy N'uchingtoii Apples just received. All No. 1. slock. Prices. and according to variety. Call and inspect these. Tht-y nro worth seeing. lidvo n'nifo assortment of I're rluy. .K.v'pi-ytliiiig- is giumuiloecl 1'r I'or are the importers of those g CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Very I the abate. To Advertise Lelhbridge The Board of Trade this morning at a package o( one thousand book- eta, in a Nutshell" to algary, -where they will be distribut- ed by Norman S. RauXin, secretary of he Western Canada Irrigation asso- ciation, along the- officiial r o the convention of tbat association, o be held in. this city in August. A' Elevator It is understood that a large portion of the money required for the erec- of the farmers1 elevator at Rot aw has subscribed, and they will be able to proceed with the ba ing in order to have it ready for fall The farmers Jiave en- thusiastic In taking up the elevator proposition, acd have bten- tjulto ready to provide their necessary i ion of the coat. To Celebrate Victoria Day Cowley IB tn have big celebration on Victoria Day. They have put up ut In prlree for horse races addition to whfcli a polo match will be played, In which the famous North Fork polo team will partici pate. Thla is the team that won tht, uhampionahip at Winnipeg a yeav ago There U. ample hotel at Cowley, and arrangements are bo ing made to entertain a large crowd. Stewart-King Grassy Lflke Gazette: A rjulet hbmi wedding took place on Tuetday after nocn, May at the residence of Mm. King, when her daughter, Mary Ixiuise, betAmo the wife of Arthur Edwin Stewart, of GLrvIn. Snek. The ceremony was performed by Rev. f. Manaffy, of and the hritlfl very gowned in a travelling suit of navy gerge, and af- terwards donned a charming hat to mated. The happy couple, after a dainty luncheon, took thn iresin for Medicine after t trip to Pac- ific Coaat points, will return to GJr- in, where they will reBtde. Miss King formerly livtd in Jiarrie. Ont., and iat- er at GJrvin, and received many beau- tiful presents from Iritndi liiere and la Grassy I-ike. BUSINESS LOCALS -.RX Phoriii 670, Ai'ncr U Cotldslo llilui. L'li-r. House Cleaning Requisites In our stock you will fnul many articles tJiat will assist YOU auil greatly lessen this laborious task. Here are a fen-: liquid Ammonia, targe bottle ......._...........2Bc. Furniture Pbluhj Large Bot- tle 25e. Powd. Borax, Liquid Veneer, Chloride Lime, tb ......20c. Scrub Brushes, 3 for lOc The RedCps Drug and Book'Co., Ltd, 'J.D.HIGINBOTHAMACO, LIMITED Family Dispensing Chtmlsts A Household Necessity.within the reach of everyone CALL AND EXAMINE OUR Water Filter May be attached (o.'the reg- ular water faucet, aud is Self- Gleaming. .We have a lim- ited number and are Introduc- ing them at only Fifty Ceuta laOc) each. Sold only hy J. D, Higinbotham Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTKICT SUam Tractor Man J. Thomas, of (he lleevea Imple- ment Company, Is In tlie cHy today. Dominion Bank Changes Sidney A. Dan-son, of Winnipeg, is the manager of ttio JTomltilon Bank at Claresholni. Mr. O. H. Elinoa being moved to Calgary. Leased Big Farm Simou Tcuncy, of tt'arner, wae fa town overnight from the south. He, with bis brothers, has leased the big Sunnyside farm nt Wells Siding, for- merly the Alberta Wheat Growers, Ltd., and Is busy putting In the Im- mense crop. Many and Scattered One week from Tuesday the court of revision of the roll will bo'helU, The number tests ffrowa dsilj-. At present there are about fifty. Xo one particular dis- trict eeems to have come in. for more than KB fair share of attention In. this direction. Tiie protests affect prop- perty frqm the farthes.1 north to (lie southerly limit of the city. Nol sidgle protect has received from property, aw tiers in the main bus- iness dlslricu Wheat Growing Fine Mr. Falrfibld of the Experimental Farm, saya that the crops aro nil growing very rapidly. The soil la iu excellent condlttcn ns regards niols- ture, and with the present mild wea- ther prevfliUns, the plants are hound to shoot -up. Mr. PairfieM congratu- lates the Strike fanuor "beat him to by having both oats and by the 16th of April. Y, M. C. A. Membership Campaign the tinnl cbuiit is made the Y. M. C. A. expect to have c.loze lo JuQQ in Lhctr iroasuir, ?.s a- result or the tliroo dayg hustle Tor utw racni liers. Tho sianding- of the different teams at noon today -was: McArtliur S4 Kddy........fj 30 -l 0 Many members of tho teams have found It dltfiohilt to get out during (lie woctr, but expect to make a good showing tiila afternoon. CITY AND DISTRICT High River Vliltcr B. Xelzon, of'IUgh Iltver, Is a busi- ness vJflltbr in the city today, arriv- ing- from tho north last night Awarded Big City Contract .McK'elvfe and McQuIre, the 2 Si's, have" been awarded the contract Tor supplying rollce and fire department uniforms for the ensuing year, nnd the men are being measured, so that they soon appear In sununer at ihre. Experiments with the cut-worm are progressing nicely at the Experiment- al Farm, under the direction of Mr, A. Gibson and Mr. E. H. Strickland. Sev- eral specimens have been secured, and aro being studied as ro hab- its and Ufo history. Xo poisons have been administered as yet, they not yet being in the stnge of development In which they attack the young wheat plants. Mr. Strickland stated this morning that the present weathfrr con- dUloos were Induclve to the death of the worms. A Demonstration of All Right Prices Rhubarb, 3tbs for 25c. Good Apples, Good Appletj per box G. Tips Tea, per ib 55c. B, R. Tea, 3lbs Tttley's Ten 3lba for 3 Bunches 10o Lettuce, fresh 30o Dried Onions, filbs for 26c Tin Frultt: Raspberrlas, Straw- barries, Pcashes, Gooseberries, per tin ....20c, Choice Potatoes, KXHba for 80c. In addition to ouj attractive prices wo give coupons representing on every spent. The Premium Grocery TUFF. PROPRIETOR PHONE B7< t, Are You Satisfied With your milk supply. If not, phone 1065. Milk from Mr.'C. R. Daniel's Herd, many of which are Jerseys, F. H. COX SON Are you willing TO TRUST TO CHANCE IN BUYING ICE CREAM? OR ARE YOU GOING TO ASSURE YOURSELF OF GETTING THE FINEST ICE CREAM EVER MADE? Lethbridge Creamery ICE CREAM SURPASSES YOUR HIGHEST HOPES OF DELICIOUSNE9S. Phone 584 CITY AND DISTKICT Now Church A carlor.d of stono for Meth- iiift Church arrived Uiis morning. Tho Decrease In Drunks iiJe of drunks has somewhat sinue the lengthy HBL of yesterday. Only one tirrned up this morning, he getting tlio usual fine, Returned from East Balph Slvn, of the Standard Secnr- llles Co., find Hugh Downsn returned yesterday from a katchewun and ilaniioha, to points in Sna- To Practice In Banff Cecil R. l.eam, ol baB returned from takiug a Hate conrfie in Xow Vork, anil "wilt lo- cate in. Banff. Covers Large Territory The "Made-in-Crmada" train, Tvhlch will be in on June S, from 4 pm. to 10 p.m., goes as tnr north" in Alberta as Fort a.nti toutn. as far as Cards ton. A Clean Shave Towels Cloan Tools, CIcHii Work EVERY BAHBER WIL'L PUEA8E YOU SIX CHAIRS, WITH BATH, SHINE M. Opposite Alexandra HoteL Inter'etting Services There will be two exceptionally In- teresting rnoctings at tho Haivaiion Artnj- In the afternoon there will a song aervico entltlcil "Pursued hy ?olos, nnd musical select long be jntnr- speraod and an InsiiIriiiB time is look- ed for. At night, 7.30 o'clock, there will be an enrollment of tolUierfl, To anyone who halj not seen this BIT vice it will prove very interesting. The recruits RAlhor undfjr flag am! lake the oblation or fidelity autl scr- Tlic ciladol should lie crowded at coJiiorrow'e Borvlt-ea. CTflDC Calvary, Alta., Mat ,ast broke into Tommy Hurns1 new clothing store nml succccilcri in linfi nivay with in cash ami a considerable quantity ol clothing, in- cluiline raitjcnats, overcoats, and fur- isliings. The (jack door was pried fitu. to the identity ol the crookK. To tell you yesterday Hint Tve have some choice ffcsli Veai and Spring Lamb for your Siinflny din- ner. If von jtMTft not provided Fejjv this meal Get Some To-night glad you 'm'll PHOiVK 452 Gs A. Delany "The Family FrJer.d yearn." relief far Croup ar.3 Vfkaoylmc Photographs of Oi a Monarch Thtaii c One of the greatest features yet Ahu'wn in Lethbrldge wili be preaonlerl at the .Monarch Theatre tonJRht, in two rc-f-ln: ".'loim Alderman." Ir. addition three romcrllcK guamn- tteil to cure rho most pcrAiftent case of biuos ulll be showu, making a fife- repl [Jrogrflmme. Patrons will he Jn- lerested to learn that next week ar- rangCMpni.s will bn irlatle whereby the Monarch necurcs u fenlnrc f.vcty The Aliorn atatomcnt i.i made with tho abflofuto knoM-ieJgo that such service it) preaented iu future will not he oxcolled In nny htiunc In thu city. Prices will remain ilie same: 10 cents ;.nd centa; ctntu for infttlnoefl, Tf you want photography of quality .or portruils of artistic merit, our best efforts are at your service and Our Prices Are Right SEE US FOR THE LATEST IN PHOTOS Photographer 906 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH .-.I A- ;