Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hott'l a Day Hotel In Alberta HSCn [DGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is Ihe Btsl and Most Conven- ______lent Place to itiy The Right Kind at tbe Right Price C "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 THE HIGH COST OF LIVING GREATLY REDUCED If You Take Advance of the .Following- Low Trays NEW LAID strictly fresh. Pi'ce ier tlozcTi for a short tJuic ouU 20c FRESH MADE CREAMERY Kosc and guaranteed as fmo A I as :s Price HAVANA prcjVn Now' is ;bp (line1 to preserve for ihe" quahtf ar.u i'nco Is Price WASHINGTON Is CMra Bno I'rlce libs lor J5c. WASHINGTON stock. I'r'Cfs and 52.00 case EARLY OHIO SEED Bites, esi emails selected aod one rdwonton, fair Ile-i 1'rcr, iloudy Canary, >wuci Mothc me H.it, cloudy Alfcert, clear ItegLpa, clear Portago. clj'Jdy......., Cl 35 .93 -IS 35 at 35 'JO 19 25 1S 23 .50 Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1735 Had Heavy Rsin H. R. Johnston, of the Farm, Dt SUrling, came in this morning, end reports a gcoU sealing shower to his diEtrirf. Mr. Johnston is putting in gome 140 acres of flax inia year. Congratulations C C. McDonald, manager of the Miami Farm, at .Vow camr. up on the Coutls train night Mr. McDonald reports an addition to the family in the lorui of a bouncine baby girl THE LATE CHARLES HARLEMAN The funeral of the laic Charles Harteman took place Sunday, the Rev. A. C. Urjan of SL Andrew's Presby- terian church, officiating. Harfeman, deceased, was bora October -I, 1S59 ID Gordon, O. lie lived there until he reached the age of twenty, when he went to Ida- Ind., vrhera at the age of twenty- four he t-a1? married to -Miss Em in a AnnMta From Indiana they to OMe, where spent one year, moving from there ,bacn IP Ida- TiHs-, at place his three daugh- ters. Est-i, Mary and Zona were born, and where he resided until ihe year ISK. Durin- the last year spent in Ida-iille he joined ihe Methodist! church ot he remained a mem- ber uniil his death. In the spricg of thp year he moved to Cavms- Xorth Dakota, of which place he ...13 a. resident until the year when he to Lethbrldge, where te lived until Ills death. May S. De- ceased leaves a. wife and three daugh- to mourn his He also leaves two brothers, Harry and Allen, both c! whom reside in Dickinson, Dakota-, a sister Kdith In Pay ton, 0. al-o sister, Mrs. Albert Yannc- raan, in Daytoo, 0. Sergeant Can-, of Victoria, becomes a member of the Bisley team through the dropping o-jt of Sergeant A. Ernith of Ottawa. Gratii 42 Sasliatcon, clear clear 51 '.11 HrjLdon, cluiidy........ 56 -7 Port Anhur. cloudy C4 3D .33 Pcntk-tcn............ GO 41 .12 Some r.m or snow lias fallen in Calgary districts acd at a few oth- er plai.cs in Southern Alberta, but in the prairii: provinces the weather bas been lair. Trmpcraturcs have fallen anrt degrees of! Irosl are reportfd at nicst places. FORKCAST: and Sas- Kice and cool showers in some locations by Wednesday even- ing. Kair today, -thea local UFTY AND DISTRICT Took In the Show Mrs. A. J. Burnsiile. acid "Mrs. D. R. Tales, of Warner, and Miss Burnside, of Torotilo, came. Irom iae South last cisbt, to attend "The Country Girl" Ehow. Convention Opened Today Dr. M. C. E. F. Ryan, J. B. ireager and 3. M. Sulliian, Cal- gaTT, and C. A. Therault. M. G. Bun- and P. A. Malone, of Edmonton, ia ihe city toJay, delegates to the annual convention of the Knights ot Columbus. The convention was call- ed to order this' afternoon at three o'- clock, and will conclude tomorrow. Grand Master of Masons To Visit Lcthbridge No. A.F. A. M.. hoM a regular communication on Thursday nE-xt, at S p.m. sharp. Tne odsc will have the pleasure of a usit from Robert Patterson. who is Grand .Master of the Jrand Lodge of Alh'eria. The first de- gree will be conferred, 'and visiting brethren may rely on reeling a cor- dial welconc. Business Men, AUentianT men arc urged to remem- ber that tonight (here will be a mect- of merchant1? at the Hoard of Trade to arrange for a get- together banquet and confab. H expected that .Mr, Tracy be pre- sent, and the idea is lo get the busi- ness men marching In united ranks for a bigger and belter l.elhbrjdge. Business men should make sacrifice if necessary, to attend tonight's meet- ins- TKAKALGAU SQUARE The centre of rtcent suffragette nets 3rd where many heads were trecked by the pofice when disturbances took place following "free speech" discussions arising out of the arrest and jailing of tuffragettea for speaking from the steps of this famous column, wSlch U frequently re. fcrred to as the "hub of the for from tills Trafalgar Square merit radiate s'.reeU on which are located "Downing Buckingham and other-centres of British government authority. ft, A Good Time to Sow Lawn Grass Seed We have a specially 5000 seed, well adapted for this pe- culiar climate and and lull- ed with a little cltner, Also Flower arrf Vtgetablt Seeds The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Phone "Third'Avi. CITY AND DISTKIOT Warner Politician Dr. Scotl, ot Warner, came up from the south on the local last evening, and spent the night In the city. Well-Kr.uwn Catgarians Mr. J. Stokes, proprietor of the Alexandra and Fred Johnston. (he horseman, of Calgary, are visitors in Ihe city. To Look After Buslr.ess Jolm Timothy, railway corUractor, came down from Calgary (his morn- ing, and is ill spenl a few Uaya In lie city and district. Crossing the Border C. Keramlf, a farmer from the Bill- country, trans-shipped his effects to Milk Ilhcr, this moraine, he locate on lits borpe- fitead oul In, the Mclntyre lease. Another instance of SUITES oJ hay grading has come to light in a letter teethed by the Farm Produces. Ltd. In which Prof. J. K. IJojle, of the Department of Economics and Politi- cal Science, at the University of North Dakota, "1 note iriiji very grot interest jour efforts to standardize ay grade.'. "1 have been Interested ii the ques- tion of hay In the Kansas City hay market, which Is the largest in the world, and auy ilUrature or pain- Iihlets that jou can send me will be .boroughly aj-nreflated, for I believe can use your literature to advantage fn my work Tho grades as arranged fc-r South- ern Alberta were made DI> bf the farm Products aorl tlie Associate Boards of Trade, and were endorsed ly the Mlxed-FarmJng Convection. Was Well Named John Drlnkal! lived up to naiae, If not his reputation, last night, aud drank nH he could find. As a result, he paid n little "three and" fine to .he jioHcc coyrt morning. 'LIMITED Family Dispensing A Houcehold Necessity the reach of everyone CALL AND EXAMINE OUR "Filtrite" Water Filter Jlay be attached to the 'reg- ular water faucet, and is Sfelf- Cteansing. We have a lim- ited number anil are introduc- ing them at ouly Fifty CenU (50c) each Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Mounted Police Changes Sergeant Harper, ol "K" dUision, left night for "N" division, north of Athabasca, r.Tiere he I he located in future. Sergeant Harper has been located at for many yeais, and as a member of iHiisioa rendered efficient ser- vice (o ihe pjblic nl Jarge. nsriccttr P. of the Iced diviilop, R.X.WM.P., Is here for temporary duly at "K" dUi'rion, Irspcclor U'cit Jias been confined to his bed for with an attack ol Water fn the Ditches The C1. r. Ii. hate running H all tl-e north and rtrtheaEl lateral J[ bein? (urned on i'lRt fe'-v d.iy-- r-go Water in (bt> north and nurEticaEt tale-ni rfiR'i03 several rlajs ahead, of last yfi.Tr, ]r. ilia accomplhn- of tbe C K U. irrigation nur.l >lani farmers in the Coalcble tn'cl Iiavc Itieir saUs- factlo'i in the early stpply, not be- (.a-jse they need It on the land, which U in plcgaat condition, end fcJH need very wattrrg Ihlr, season, but many ol iho farm? depend nn the al for supply of v.sttr for and and are consequently LtOuUg tljEj flow. CITY AND -JJISTRICT Warner Family Bereaved Alma tblrtceo-year-old claughter-of MK and' Mrs. Robert clEOU, of died last night ,n Lhq city as the result of an opera- lion. Tha funeral will he held la Warner. Investing in Great Falls Jas. FiEk tomorrow morning with Calgary for Greai Falls, he will Icoiv oxer probities view to purchase. The Great Falls hoom is altracilcg a large num- ber from Southern Alberta. Own Interests Hers Joha T. I'eterson and O.Tospovi, ot Seattle, who own fann lands In the ir. the city today, en route for their Loldinss. They are %ell satlslied with tbe outlooli the early spring rains. A Favored District "Walter Pitcher, who a large farm In the Cardslun diitrict, IE the city today. Carrtston district seerr.s lo have been especially favor- td this spring, anfl the outlook never was belter. New Church Permit A building permit was issued t morning for ihe basement of the Ro- man Catholic Church on Fourth enue South The permit calls (or an eipiendifure of Thos land has also out a permit for a hoyae foundation coeting Ciiven a Good Soaking South and of the tbere'ls moisture than olhor parts of Southern Alberta. However, Wilson SirJing and Stirling district was visited" by the rain lest nlghl. the soil H. good toafcir.; beU-xen midnight and Mv a m. Druggist's Life for His Mr. J. J. Johnson, formerly owned and operated the Jacfeon drug store here-, anJ who has bten in Van- couver for some time past, has tent for hla chemist's diploma, stating that he intends going into the drug busi- ness In the western metropolis. BUSINESS LOCALS RCX' TRAXSFKrt-Phoiio Albc-r- ta Peddlery, opp. Coaldale ilolil. (Ins Nelillfj will hold an auction ftilt of furnHuio at tne Standard Kurnli.iro Co.> nltf slam] oppoellc Iho MnrriB itiialit on Thursday May J? Gal the Wrong Man In tho cs-.c against the d. P. H.. at the city i-olice rourt.lhis morn- ing, .Magistrate KUoa considered that tho Eumrnor.s not been issued the proper otfichrof the company, nnrt thp adjourned until rTght inrthifiuRl is located ?.t Calgary, can be uimmoned." New Civic Bylaws Major Hardie slAled this morning that 35 soon as bylaws coiild be nrepircd for ifcn virlons cxpttiiiftiires conic unMfcr last progTam, a meeting of [he council wou'd be call- ed to givtj them ihcir firtt an'I oud ard ?et Iho data of pall' inz. The mnrjInR will te held toward the latter pn-.-t. of the fleek. the Letter Hon. Martin B.irroll, .Minister of Agriculture at Ottawa, td his appreciation of the alfecting permanent marktls In Houthcrn Allcrtaj drafted and adonicd at the Mitcd-Karmlng Convention. Ht.exp.-efiicd hla InVor- (.31 lo the Associate tioardg of Trade in a turnrminic-aiioQ to Mr. Haley. A Goctf Omen and but seldom oo we the Insignlficftnt, luit pro- I-llious earthworm f.-om ethereal heights. This piienom oc- curred last night, however, and this morning hundreds of them V.CTG seen on ihe sidewalks. That's another good sign, by heck! A Demonstration of All Right Prices Rhubarb, ifbs for 25c, Coed Apptes, 5fts for.....25c, Good Apples, per box G. Tips Tea, per tb 55c. B. R. Tea, tor.......Jl.OO Tea 3tbs for.....'9Sc, 3 Bunches Green Onions 1Ca Ultuce, fresh dally. Ib SOc Dried Onlonj, for 25o Tin Fruits; Raspberries, Straw- berr'ci, Peaches, Cherries, Gooseberries, per ttn ,...20c. Choice Potatoes, lOOlbs for SOc. Jn adJItlon to our attractive prices coupons representing on every spent. The Premium Grocery 8t. SoutH A TUFF, PROPRIETOR Oppoallt Ttrrllll PHONR IIP 1 SOLO CAR OF HOGS AT CfiNTS TO BE SHIPPED TO DENVER Eight and one-hilf ctnls, or one- lf cent orrr and fllovo Ihe quoltA market price.. paid yesterday (or .1 carload oJ hoga froai the Coaldalo Those contributed to cre K. S. Lloyd DeiJne. ic American Fanning Co., and Sir. TLo car was shipped to N'avr Den. icr, B.C. The farmers having porfc for ztJi are in for thev ero ivorth nearly their weight In The country has Ijeen pretty picked er, fcou-ever, ant) from all accounts the present high hold until fall at least.' Farmers all the country are wing Into tlio hog bust- ness, anrt by fall a largo number ot oals will be resdy for the market. A local dealer bought the car men- tioned Many farmers hftve expressed Ihe opinion advanced by Mr. Falrlleld tome time as to the sturdy growth of the loots of wheat plants, as a re- fcult of Ihe recent rains. One proniin cnt tbe Ixthbridge district made the remark that he had become rather anxious tha'., his wheat had cot gronn taller atter ihe rains, and upon examination ot the roots found a" most wonderful growth had taken place. They had spread out In n huge mat, or.a hart probably Iccreased their feeding capacity cent. The stalk's growth will come in good time. What Ihe farmers want now Is tbe as- surance of ihe ability of tile plant to grab the moisture when It mou ur- gently needs it. A. K. Ambrose, of Ihe South Al- hetta Hay Growers, of I'incner Creek, passed through Iho cltv yesterday, aud during hU talk with a Herald raprt- said that TMr.cher Creek, in common with a number of other towns, had a largs number of spxla that they could not get rid of. In Fer- nle, be saw tons of pole- Ices, sacked, sorted and laid down for 110 per ton. The demand for timothy hay, how- cier. Ii ciEctly the reverse, and ship- ment; are taxing the' facilities to ihe limit. Inquiries have come to him from as far east as SasfcatODn. in m Sixteen miles oC sttcl are already laid from Stirling cast, on the Leih- brldge-WeybJin lino. (nsIJo of weeks, rallesVui be laid. Before Christmas. U Is expected that another twenty-live rallea of will be ready for This IB the re- port that comes from nn authoritative source, and from it can be obsnrvM thai the C. P. intend rushing this part of their new lines with all pos- sible haste, and that In doing BO, they consider tno importance of thla line. When it Js completed, anil Lothbridgo is made a break bulk centre, an im- mense volume ot business, "which now goes lo Calgary, will lc thrown (his way. nr.d Lethbrldge will benefit-ac- cord Lngly. The regular meeting of the tf-ry lakes place this afternoon. Ths call of the Hev. Smith o-f Chip- man, Xcw Ilruncwicfc lo succeed Her. J. II. Roylc, at the M.iclcod church nill be and the call ten- Heu W. .1. Allen of Coalhurst to Ihe Grassy hake pulpit will aieo come up In the meeting. The coramltlco rrprcEenling ihe Maclcod congrega- tion arrhcd on the 3 o'clock tmln. How to Handle Expletives Colonel J. Iv. Taj lor, asslglant to the chief Inspector of the R'treau of of New York, will visit this city on afternoon of Juno 20. Arrangements have btfn madt wit'i Ming, of the V.Mr A thai Taylor will IccUre in the V.M.CA auditorium, on (hn of .Turn; -ft, 02 the handling of exploshes. Hie lectures are accompanied by mov- ing pictures of Ihe profir Im- proper manner of handling dangcrc '3 and high cVplosUti, o'l, pit. the jijulurea clearly nh.it may happen when the arc not handled c-ircfully. AM wholt- iale- and rflall mtn vrho handle slveB earnestly requested to at- tend this lecture, all railway men and others connecttd the trans- portation of es can Jearn tometh'ng to their advantage by list- cnlnK lo Col. Taylor, ae that gentle- man has spent the greater part of hlg life in Invcaligatlng tlio resiiKg cxploslvtg, and hi will o you his etptrisnce free in lae above Icctiiro. QUALITY GOODS as manufactured by F. W. BIRD SON Hamilton WALL BOARD FOB INTERIOR DECORATION "THE KIND THE BEAUTIFUL OAK FINISH" CHEAPER THAN LATH AND PLASTER PAROID READY ROOFING HONEST ALL REPUTATIONT OF OVER TWENTY YSARS NEPON8ET RED ROPE ROOFINO PAPER HEPONSET BLACK VMTERPROOF PAPER KOSAT COLD STORAGE INSULATING PAPER. NEPONSET ROOFING FELT FLORIAN DEADENING FELT. BIRD AND SON'S MATERIAL IS SPECIFIED AND USED BY ALL LEADING ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS CARRY A FULL STOCK AND CAN MAKE IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT. ORDERS FROM THE TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED J, B. TURNEY COMPANY and Municipal Contractors F'honet: 755 ?nrt 1755 Ltlhtridgc, Alia.. 1245 2nd Avt. S.