Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS lluti'l Windsor Best 51.25 a Day Hotel In Albrrli LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel ti the And Most lent Place to Stay THE HIGH COST OF LIVING GREATLY REDUCED If You Take Advantage of tin- Fullowins Low Prices NEW LAID slriuly tresb. !'rL-o I-T tor A sbotl time 20c. FRESH MADE CREAMERY lies" aiv3 Kncehil: brar.df, as Ime ,1 Iv.ter as ;s made Trice I'lli-0. Tor 75c. HAVANA. Kor Now Is iho litne lo prescne (or tte Quality add I'r.fe if rijhr. 1'rlce per WASHINGTON Quillly is eilra flr.e IVoe Iospllal. Notable Masonic Gathering Tomorrow evening, at S p ni. sharp, LclhbMdge Lodge- N'o. 33. A.F. t A.5I win receive a visit, from the Grand Master of the Grand hedge of Alserta, Roherl Patterson, M.P.P., of Maclcod The first will be conferred and visiting brethren are cordially invited .1" Every Suit in this stock is a success. There's no "perhaps" or "maybe" about the styles. They have won the unqualified approval of well dressed men. Let us show you some of these very new and very attractive Suits, McKelvie McGuke Again Tonight The committee appointed at the eeling ot business men in Board f Trade offices last flill report o a full meeting cf those preheat at Dothtr meeting to be held In the ft place tonight. H ia Ukcly tha is exact date of Ihc r.ill be tonight. First Band Concert If the ueaiiifcf continues (me H Sunday evening, the City 'oand a concert in the star.rj at Gal Gardens. Thus an antjciration nany will be fulfilled but Bacdmaste Cline stated that IJio conceit place unltEi Sunday tficniag ice and -Aarm. A Good Time to Sow Lawn Grass Seed have a specially good seed, iveH adapted for this pe- culiar climate and soil and mix- ed with a. little c'tner. Also Flower and Vegetable The Red Cross Drug and BopkjX Ltd. Pfon. iU Third Avm IRON SPRINGS MAN DOESN'T SEE HOW HOMESTEADERS CAN FIGHT THE CUT Iron SprlDgb. May II. Cocis hsi bad a nice little built to replace the oce bunied doun. His neighbors generously defrayed (he pense and did the bulldicg. G. Foster was married on Wednes day to the daughter of M-r. A. Hunt The weeds are making a cearance very rapidly, notably ma'. tard and Hasslau Thistle. 1 the inspector? Will he altemp to do his duly this year? The Dominion entomologist vlEitei the district this last and fouai the curworm in abundance. He re commenuV 50 Ibs. hran and Paris green sown per acre by grain drill. Vhat homesteader, does he imagine. Rhubarb, for 25c. Gooi 5Ibs fcr.....25c. Good per box 11.70 G. TJps Tea, pef 53c. B. R. Tea, Te; STbt for.....95c. In addition to our attractive prices we give ci 51.CO on every spent. 3 Onions Ulluce. Iresh dally, rb 30o Dried Onions. for 25c Tin Fruits: Raspberries. Straw- berrlei, Peachei, Cherries, Gooseberries, per tin ....20c. Choice Potatoo, lOOms for 80c. representing The Premium Grocery tM-11lh South 'i TUFF, PROPRIETOR OpjKilU Tirrllli PHONE LEG IN COM MAY MANAGER OF BANK WAS VICTIM AND MR. BUCHANAN IS AN INVALID LIMITED Family Dispensing j A Household Necessity within the reach'oT everyone CALL AND EXAMINE OUH "Filtrite" Water Filter May bo attached to the reg- ular water fautet. and is Stlf- We have a lim- ited number and are introduc- ing them at only Fifty Cents taCc) each. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. LE up jl per acre in these times f monetary distress to kill cutriorms. two or-three farmers haio said, he cutworms to cut. It is tie government's duly to Curnieh the ircventallves gratis, not rccommer.d. H is.well known these pests are .ubject lo bacterial Dis- ribute these bacteria amongst the ands inrtsted wilh cutworms and re duce their number. Here is work for iur txperimentallsla. Breed a few arloads of thc'tutworn lioa" (calo_s- icna calidum Fab) black grouncJ wasps ianitnophUA Iron Springs can do with a carload of each. His Brothtr Archie Raworlh, cf CranbTook. bro- ter of A. C. Ran-orth, is in he city. Mr. Rauortti took (he-part i in (he Cranbrook production of "The Country and attended :ne local iirecenlatton of thai play night He was miicli pleas- ed -A'ith the rroducliOD. To Establish a Bird try The f. liirrns Co. will Install thoroughly modern up-io-date "bird; whenever their i-o-jltry business warrants the addition, and already have elaborate plana oE the proposed plant. This nil) mean that poultry ran be brought in dead or alive, anc they will receive the proper (.are mion. The proptr handling and ot is a tha thr f armors arc iap3dly. Steamship Movemcnls Tho C.IVK. ticket office reports thi AHr.n line s s from Llvf-r pool, the Scotlaa, Ixjndon, from Glasgow, due et Cape Kace on Raturtlfty morn QiPhor. Monday night, and Mon tieal T.icsdayr Western arrhc in Letharidgp, on Silurday, May 17. 7he liner Earonla arrived oa snrl the C.irrnania flocked at Liverpool, on Sunday, 3 at .1 m LOCALS HKX I 'hon ft 67Q, Albrr Cowman, -May Saturday afternoon R. U. Hurhacan, manager of the local braueh of the Cauadtan Bank of Commerce, sustained a frac- ture ot the small lone in ME right leg above the ankle, uy being thrown 'rom a buggy during a runaway. Mr. Uucbaaaa hEd eDgugcil a llverr team and two FPatcd cariiage with driver, and by Mrs. Buchanan, the-Ir EDO Hiifu-i, and Sirs, It. S. Me Kfbbou, was drlviap to Blalrmore. Jiiet e-att of the McLaren, bridge the staple yullcd cut of ouo of ihc tugs, letting the iiole down. The horses immediately sprang Into a run, got heyord ihe driver's conirol and tlie carriage was throwing the occupints to the ground. Mr. Iluchanan lit on the ground first and the tno iadies and little boy fell on top oC faim. Mrs. McKibbon received I a severe shaking up ord bruises from .he fall, Mrs. Buchanan and Rupert .'Ecaping without Injury. The driver hurried to Blalrmore and secured the servirrs of a ph ye le- an, at the same time phoning to the barn about the accident. Harry An- tel hurried to the scene n Itb the motor car and brojghl the psrty back tiome. Pasteurized Milk and Cream WE ARE HEADY TO DELIV. ER AT SAME PRICE AS OR- DINARY MILK OR CREAM. Hy this process the milk will Xoeji good during Ilia hoitost rcealher, and Is highly recom- mended by lha .Medical Elon. The Lethbridge Creamery Co.iii BQ1'7th Ave. 3, Phonft FROM 2-15 VULCAN HAS FINE FIRE PROTECTION Mr. Buchanan is at present laid up at his hoine 'with his leg In n plaster cast and Ss doing as welt as could be expected under tiie'circumstancea. He expects to tc nro-jnd again in about ten days, v.hlch will be pleasing news to his njany The escape Of tue tOJrists al- moat miraculous, as In niae cases out of ten one or more or the occupants would have been JtHlcd outright, crippled for life. But fortune favor cd the brave and all ere vith us to day. Mrs. Bert VEnceM and babv er arrived from Sweet Grass, Mon- aiiii. Eaturdar. Al. Verberg and wlfn of 1-H TTCTO calling on Mr. and Mrs G. R, Enapp Mother's Day was obfitcvod hero with an appropriate program S-jnday, Jl. The short addresses hy Her. Clemens and Jtev. Madge were well received by the audience. toogi 1 reciUtionE by tha children ed careful training by those who had il In charge and were much enjoyed bf, all. Bethel Indies' Aid tviU Mrs. Georgo Burrows, SlCV J5, at 2.30 o'clock. 'IL The recent showers'are keeping the land hi excellent condition for farming and there Is prospect of abundant moisture to start the crop early. KPV. Clemens and were calling on ftiendB In thia victoSly last week. TWO NEW CHEMICAL ENGINES STOOD TEST MEWS OF LIVE TOWN 3ITY AND DISTRICT Postmaster Sam Keeber, postmaster and mer- ham, from 3laybull, spent the niglil a the city. on a Visit E. F. Ecrirr.es. of Reglna, reprtsent- ng the Western Canadian Supply and equipment Co. Is In the city on busi- ness. Lady Dead The occurred in the clly jcs lerda} of Mart-n Beraabellle, of Peter Beraalielll. of Bowillle. Tho boity laken home this morrlng for burial. Mr, Coons in City Coons, Eurerintcndent' of the C. T1. II Commercial Telegraph rleparl meni at was in the cily for a short lime The Main Official }1r. secretary ot the li- censed VicUiallers' aesorlatlon of the province, in the city todaj-, at- ttnrflng the sitting of license misslonerj. TOBACCO TRADE STRIKE la SAiMlery, oup, Coaldalo Hotul. 103-0 M Ihc days. Havana. Slay hundred sorters and narehousemen struck >es- terday for higher UBSCB. This up the tobacco selecting buslnua In Havana and sairo'jnrting The work of selettinij'tlie recently gather- t'l 1013 iron had inat begun. Tohacco merchant' iirediet lhal Ihc he overcome wllhln four Vulcan, May Empey Tras here on Thursday for the purijosr o[ inB a thorough and sattEfr.ctory lest of the two chemical engines to Vulcan firo department. The iras all that could be expected, the flfe heing extinguished in rccor-1 time. A srlendid largo fire hell has also been added to the equipment. Mr. Fife, of the Cluny Nursery, It expected here this neck to oversee Iho planting of a large number of trees and Vulcanites are c-n- triustastlc lo make their town beau- tiful. The (own council raet on Monrlaj evening. The Woodmen tatend re-organizing in the near future. Tho U. P. K are making pome rovements around the depot. A new railing has been added and tno steps at the corlh slcie have been extended the lull width of the pl'l'orm. It Isj expecled lhat a space for a floTvcr garden will also be for planting at once. The Ladles' Aid held a successful! tale of homo cooking on Salnrdas. Refreshments were served at aniall tables during the afternoon. Herman Heed spent a couple of days [n Calgary week. M163 B. was a neck-cnii guest of Thomas of llrant. Mr. and Mrs Magnus Iran- son, a daughter, on May Sin. Stockyards arc being built beyond the elevators. Seeding is finished all over the district and garden planting toj Ss nearly Mrs. (Rev.l Allen had (ho mister tur.e lo fall tloa-n the stairs of the I.O.OF. hall on Saturday anj badly bruieed and shaken up. Mr. McKec has told his moving cluie machine and fhluren to John Knetlie, in building the BUY FOR CASH AND CUT DOWN THE HIGH COST OF L1VINQ Here Is a for tomorrow that linon- to be at Jo.ist ]0 per cent than the Eamc quality oT goods can to liourbt for at any other store in Letiibrldge. Choice Creamery Butter, two pounds for 75c. Choice Dairy Butter 2 Ibs 65c. New Laid Eggs, 2 doz. for Breakfaat Bacon, per ib. 30c. Baking Powder, 16 01. tin 20c. 3 Ib. Pall Swill's Lard 55c. B Ib. Pail Swill's Lard.....90c. Ethubarb. fresh stock, four Ibi. 'or 26o, Lettuce, home grov.n, uar Ib 25c Onions, fresh dally, 3 hunches for !0e. Radish, fresh dally, bunch 05o. Choice Apples, per box Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c. B. R. Tea 3 Ib. Tomatoes, per tin.........I5c. Gooda Delivered to any Part of the Cily 40c, 60c, per dozen Central Cash Grocery A. K. KinnciU', PHONE 1657 Prompt Attention to Phone Orders 612 Seventh St. South PHONE 1657 Goads delivered ol all Parts of City Proprietor 2 doom S. 6th Ave. Car line hive been ndrt. Mr. Knellle will con llnue tie semi-weekly performances. Jean Kerguton left last (or rttro she Intends making extended visit with her rlaler, Mrs. Ingram. .1. K. Holland has been rlly engineer for Guelph, with A. C, as deputy, QUALITY GOODS at manufactured by F. W. BIRD SON Hamilton Ontario WALL BOARD FOR INTERIOR DECORATION "THE KINO THE BEAUTIFUL OAK FINISH" CHEAPER THAN LATH AND PLASTER PAROID READY ROOFING HONEST ALL THROUGH. HAS A OVER TWENTY YEARS NEPON9ET RED ROPE ROOFING PAPER NEPONSET BLACK WATERPROOF 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 WE CARRY A FULL STOCK AND CAN MAKE IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT. ORDERS FROM THE TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED J. B. TURNEY COMPANY Builders Contractors Phones'. 755 anc" 1765 Alia and Mill. Municipal 2nd Avt. S..