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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor ,Besl a Djy Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBfUOdE The Dallas Ifotel Is tha and Moil Convtn- ______lent Place to Stay_____ O'jr stock ol irreeus and permits yoJ to fit door or window. handle the test quality which last for This icMns thai >ou ;r.it them up in a few mlnuies season. thus savins ?ou tfee time and of uttlr.e aew cues as tfle cost of buying teem. C. W. GRAY "The Store That You. Money" 8lOSth Street Phone 761 CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Aiv now arriving m i-owiitiou, i'or Friday and Saturday expect lafjio sliipiiu'nu of this iiiu> I'ruii. the quality will be Xo. 1. am! tlu- priiT ivasonabh1. For Friday a ml Saturilny wo will also have liu1 following: HOT HOUSE TOMATOES 30c. JUICY CRAPE lOc. 12'ic ind 15c. ORANGES (frcsllMS) ........-Mi.1. 50c, and 60c. bluish 5c. CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES IN LARGE BOXES 23s. NO. 1 per case 11.75 and and 30c HEAD for J5t. BARBOUR'S HOT HOUSE LETTUCE .....35c. 2 for 25c, NEW 15c. FRESH bunches. 4 for 25c. fur 2Ec. Grocery Dept 625 Whcleisle DtpL 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clan Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholeiale Retail -----PHONES----- Grociry Dipt, Ut Wttoleulf Dept 12T1. Your Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. PHONt 1735...... THIS. TIME THE SUFFRAGETTE PILLS WERE PLACED IN NATIONAL GALLERV London. 5Ur EMJlled mili- tant suffragoUe bomb found dur- ing the night outside the. National Gallery, "Khfcb contains invaluable art (rctsurjs. ind is In the very centre of Losdon 0.1 Trafalgar Square. Tbe macbins consisted of a tin can wltt cartridges wrapped in a copj- of "Tie. Suffragette." u -HH labelled "Pills lo break the winion; of Ihe National Thera iras no rcecharjisai or de-ton- ooraectea ivltb Ihe explosives, md the "tomfa" was the aE vloas harmless. JAMES CORRIGAN OF FERNIE CHARGED GUILTY A1 WITH BEING OF NASTY TACK James Con- tiaui. Fcrnie, JIar H roy on his which would convey him to the mir.es at Coal L'rcei for bis night shift, ac- companied by his uife and little daughter, he was set upon by men hy the name ot Corrigan and brutally assaulted. This attack seems lo'have grown out of an old feud be- tween the two fa'milies and the end is not )et. Coaroy is in bad shape today aod -James Corrizan is out of ]ail on hail. His hearing will prob- ably he on Friday. Conror stales that he rr.ored seveial tlaies lo teep from these btt each tirrie they heye also into some place near his. His wiie weal fo the po- lice station when the assault occur- red last night ar.d laid the intorrca- tloii on which Corrigan was taVen into custody. When Constable Har- rison made tie arrest, a -friend o! Corrlgan's interftred uith the officer and also in jail, but was subsequently released and will be summoned again. A Hindu named Chancel who was in the city jail three weeks ago on z charge ot perjure, was before His Honor Judge Thomp- son today, but wai released o.-i a technicality. AH omplolmeni agencies dealings with immigrants, will placed directly under ImraigratI' branch of the interior deparlrn-nt Such asencUs are to is Itcccjcd an- AND DISTRICT Lethbric'ee, clear Kbuonloii, lair r'6 46 Hed Uecr, cloiMv 59 30 Calgan, fair CO Good Time to Gowe (n City L. S. of Macleod. editor of tbe Spectator, is in (be cliy today. Mr. Gowe says the citizens of Mac-lecj are just waiting the aauo-ancfe- Medicine Hat, fair 4J w Saskatoon, cloudy -10 23 Moose Jaw, cloudy 3S Lawn of the Dominion government lo place an storage 'elevator at that point. Winnipeg, cloudy 5 tint ,35c -Rhubarb, for .........25c, In addlUon'to our Attractive Prices we give coupons rcpreientlna on every J25.00 spent. Choice Dairy Butter 2tbs Choice Creamery Butter, 2Ib 75c New tald Eggs, per doz.....25e, Onions, Ireih dally- 3 bundles for tOc Carrclt, 31; for 10c. Parsnips, Itis, for The Premium Grocery tt. south TUFF, PRO Opposite PHON8 Je.iPt 10 BUY FOR CASH AND CUT DOWN THE HIGH COST OF LIVING Here Is u lUt for tomorrow that ve fcroM lo be at le: per cent lower than the earno quality of goods can to bought for Rt any other store In IxHcl) Choice Creamery Butter, two pounds for 75c- Chotce Dafry Butter 2 ibs 65e. New t-ald EggB. 2 doz. for 4Jc, Paeon, per Ib. JQc. Baking Powder, 16 oz. tin 20c. 3 Ib. Swift's Lard 55c. Rhubarb, fresh stock, four Ibi. for 25c, Lettuce, home grown, per Ib Onions, freth dally, 3 for 10c- Radish, fresh dally, bunch Q5c. Choice Apples, per box Corn Flakei, 3 for 25c. B. R. Tea 3 Ib. pkt.......UOQ Tomatoes, per tin.......-A 16c. Goods Delivered to any Part of the City -I- t 5 Ib. Pall Swtft's Lard.....90. 40c, 50c, per dozen PHONE 1657 .Central Cash Grocery A. E. KINNEAR, Prop. 2 doora S. 6th Ave. Czr Una 612 Seventh St. South THERE WILL BE A GALA TIME The. Drag and Book do., Ltd, Phcn. Requisites OR. HESS' POULTRY PANACEA., DR. HESS'-LOUSE KILLER DR. HESS' ROUP CURE. OYSTER SHELL GROUND BONE BONE MEAL FOR CHICK! KRESO DIWNFECTANT for NESTS AND PERCHES J. D. Higinbotham TELEPHONE NO. SO A Jolly Good Fellow Robfrt ir., who, for many ears past, has been a member of the staff in the R. here, his accepted a position as master me- chanic in the mines at llillcrest. Mr. is one of 1-etbbridse's ojS-tim- and lo show their appreciation of their fclloiv employee, the staff of the presented .Mr. Xlven, on .easing, with i solid gold locker, set with three links on one side, and dia- mond studded on the other. Mr. Niv- en wag congratulated en his success in securing bis position, which Is one of some responsibility. DAILY MAIL SAYS LOANS ARE NOT SUFFICIENTLY AD. OPINION London. Dally Mail Is devoting considerable discuss lug whyloati fail just now in the Ixjr.don market had failures of Canadian municipal debentures ari quoted as examples and it is suggest AT COWLEY ON DAY EMPIRE Cowley, May tenders lot :he Presbyterian manse, will te open- 'special meeting of the Women's Institute will be held in the Pres- erian church Wednesday after- -'1st, at 2.30 p.m.' Two speakers are toJiint; Alberta will address the meeting. They are Miss Niven from the Department of AzricuHuie and Miss Voemans from the Department of- Neglected. Cliil- fircn. Kfeif -Jady is requested to at- tend. Mrs. P.- McKwen, H.-W. Fettit and U. D. Martin, Tisitors to t.eth- britlgc doting the ivfeo-cud. The Uowlcy Polo team, champions of Western Canada, are fn receipt "oJ an inritatioa to play in Spotane at a large tournament to tie tield there if June. It crpPCteO that about fifty teams ivlll compete. As the Canadian UidinpiGr.siiip gaines are tn be played here tSis is not known ior sure as to whether the team will find time to go to Spokane or not. The race track h Icing into shape for the celcbratior on Jlaf 24lh. The tieiv tascnall ground be in readiness for lliat day, too, and vill he far the hcM ground the circuit. Ka'ph Kaslerbrook in Macieod Tuesday as witness tor the- defendant, in the Crown vs. 0. Sawyer, horse stealing case. The evidence was not very strong am! defendant was given one year, his sentence to coin- 'ed thnt the failure or partial failure .rr.cncc from last February, when he was arrested -on another charge. He CITY AND DISTBICT Travelling Auditor Here 1. C. Phillips, travelling audi- tor for the C. P. H, from Cranbrook, li ipen'dlng a few dayi In the city1. Brick Mr. F. believes, that brick foundations are away ahead of cement, and is pulling one In for (he Connaught to locate permanently >UU the cca.it He ti an electrical engineer, been with Iht Nen York Edi- ssr. Co (ov over sli ytMf. He greitly imprened Tltti the tlly'i BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRAKSFER-PhdOfi Alter- la Saddlery, opp. Coaldale 103-0 A public dfcncc will bp held )n Unity IU11 May IStlij at 9 Kvery- For Croailng .1. Seaman ani C. Wright were tach flntri the cotta of tbe court this room- ing for dm Ing over Ihe Blfie- alX, ia North LethbrldRe, Noted Horsenun It is sbrewdly PURgCBtedi that the DiUy Mall U not entirel> single hearted In pulling this rtascn forward. Thf artverlJsiriz of the Orient Brazil loan coat and It had hten spent t'nc resiiH would have been the earns. One authority comhats the Mall's view and declares tlial If a loan were advertised freely anil then a large were left on too umlerwriterfi' hands, It viQulA be a confession that tnc public vv'cre only making s luke- warm Texponse. arG grumblers heard also about tnc certain Canadian borrowers foul thnir nesti In advance by proclaiming their Intentions beforehand 1 ho province of AlberlA. for In- stance, let u be known tnai ;hc intends shortly coming to T'Tonoimctnicnt is altnoal cer- tftla to knock ft point or off the price of hor loan when It Is ijlli- mately Ro at one Autntlaf critic. has sorr.ething like two hundred ar.d ipNVOCATION EXERCISES HEL CHANCELLOR STUART'S WISHES IN j REFERENCE. TO S CALGAKV S Edmonton, Xiay convocation oi tl.e University of today vas the plea o! Clial [or Mr. Justice Stuart for more ity between tte provincial i( tution ar.d the one recently fcj ab- lished in Calgary, lie sugge ted that tlic faculty of the provincial iversity should, at tiir.es be- red lo Calgary college- ai they paid ny tiiC province as a Tbia would lead to real unity, he as- V sorted. _ N- Ur. Aleiandcr, in the absence- ot President Tory detailed the progress of tl.e fiom 45 students in ISCIS to 320 last year. are ex- pected neU year. There were five in the faculty in JOBS, and 20 last year. Last llie iaculVy ot law was or- ganized in Kcimoulon ar.d Calgary, and the board have tk-cided to estab- lish the first three years in a five yejr medicine course. The first year will te taught neit year. Principal V. C. Murray ol Ihe L'ni- versily or Saskatchewan, addressed the students, and Hon. C. It. Mitch- ell also spoke. The was given hy W. M. Fife, M.A. This year's graduates are: Admitted to the degree of master ot arts KdRin Thomas Mitchell, Kdmonton, end Wm, Dudley Wood- head, Kdtnonton. Passed for :ho degrees ol bachelor o! arts Cart'stoa John Horn Walter South eighty daja to serve voi. W. G. Askey 11. Van Duscn I'inihfr Cieck Tuesdaj. A mistake was made in the an- nouncement of the local celebration to he held on Victoria Day. May 24th. In Saturdays edition' it stated that the sports were lo he held on -May 27th. KNIGHTLY POLICEMAN RETIRES May Sir Melville Me- Naughton, chiel of the Criminal In Department of Scotland Yard, at thtf earl of .NUy, after ten on (hat post. He ho by Hon. F, T. Blfcham, hli His Limit "Am 1 the only girl you have ever eay that ver wiliing'to pay" hire for." "NTot exatiij. 'Rut I w you're the oftly, jtlrl I've ever tjcen Kdmonlon Mary KHzahclh Fowler, South Kdnionton Margaret AHcl Keeling m i-'nglislO; Kalh- lec-n l.aiell, South Kdmonton; Jas. Flohert I.OVCTJ-, Moydniinsler Chas. Clements Moeltcr, l-'dniontoa Percy Young, Sjuirig Uank, Alhctta. I'asddi Ior the- fierce ol nachclor ol in aris: Henry John TQwerton, Ktfnionion fiif ihe degree of hnchtlor ot Rcifuie in applied icJcnce: Waller Kite, Kdmonion Millon Urown, XdiiiQnlon Joi. tt'ilbcrfc- Doze, lieascr Jlills Waller Harold Draprr, Kilmonlcn; Cyrus Perriva) Hokhkiss, Kiin-.onton. Photographs of Quality If Von want photographs of or porlvails of nvtistic merit, our liost pffovls are fit yovir service nnd Our Prices Are Right SEE US FOR THE LATR8T IN PHOTOS Photographer 9Q6 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;