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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO AtL TRAINS Hotel WmtNor t'l.25 a Day Hotel In Albtrla DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel lc the Btst and Most Converv ____ lent Placo to Stay Heat at uo smell useful and Thai the heaiers sold at this s'.oro. II Mm I.IKE 2U oil lieater !uok over our stock. U'o liavo t'le test ir. uiuhtv cnlj ttc is cheaiosl in oil stous, as '.i eUe. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 Groceries and Fruit l.ri ilii-; 'K 'ruit Siiiri-. voiir Orocoiy ;uul l-'ruit SiiiiT. Tin-pi1 i-- liU of in Inlying (iroccrios iiinl Fmirat lilts shivc. IKH-IUISO Vnll :UV MILT MIre of iivilii :uul MMV curiTCl iii' the Special This Week CHOICE WASHINGTON Mlb cases 51.7S-52.00 LARGE PINEAPPLES, dpi. Xau-3 Oranges Mill be A tblos of pait lu juolK'r two uteks, so set a supply now they are Ju bi? had. FINEST NAVEL ORANGES, special size, two doit'u for.............r..............75c. FINEST GRAPE FRUIT, at........ tOc and 15c. CUCUMBERS, LETTUCE. SPINACH, RHU- BARB GREEN ONIONS. ASPARAGUS. RIPE TOMATOES, CHERRIES AND CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES AT LOWEST PRICES. -----PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 624 Wholesale o'ept 12M. THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Gncflry Dept. WrtotMilt Dept 127 WEA1HER l.ethbtidjc r'dmontori Saskaiouz J.nr, j Nelson, iair of 66 14 56 50 Is Good Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK. SIXTH ST. S, PHONE 1735 Auction Sale Tomorrow, Tuesday At Hie Sale Barn at 327 3rd St. South A NUMBER OF GOOD Horses, Mares and Geldings FROM to S YEARS OLD 1 driver, 5 years old. broken, 4 Saddle ponies 1 pair Delivery f> Lumber Wagons, nearl> new J Two-sealed Democrat 2 saddles A full and complete outfit for cook car. 2 Binders, in good working order 1KRMS Medicine Hal, cloudy Calgary Piinrc Alien, clear Hegir.a.............. Mnnpeg, clear......... The ivfalher ttiioiishuut ihe pral rie prorir.crs his bcra generally fair vith slijUli higher tenprralure ivestern p.irts. FOHKCASV All to- day, with m localities. EJECTS TO THE APPOINTMENT OF WALTER PAGE AS AM BASSADOR TO GREAT BRITAIN CITY AND DISTBICT Cyrr.bric Nearir.g Port The White Star line. Cymbric! reached Poniard on Saturelay and western passengers are d'Je Leth- dse on Ihursdaj mormn? at 3-50. There will be a sale at this Every Tuesday London, May The resolution oJ ihc nomination ol ValUr 11- 1'aee, as Vnited States io Great Britain, nlroduccd by Cofiey, a mnr.ber of Ibc executive committee ot the London Trade Council on th; oi a letter uritlen un sta tioncry bearing the Jettcrhead of the Allied Trade L'o'Jpcil oi Greater Xetv York, ar.d sicneii Charles Con- ivav, secretary n( the National Bro- icrhooiJ of HoGbbi r.dcrs. After descntjins Walter H. as a member o: the firm of Dou bit- day, ai.d company, ihe letter says 'This is bitterly opposed to organized labor. Tie only depart- ment that forced recognition from the union standpoint ihe hook- bicders, but ihey arc now on strike, being iorctd out, as the pohcy ol the firm i.s to replace inen with Ihe letter alEo says lhat the Inter- national l'> poitraphtcal Union Local Bought Fine New Car Mr. C. Ires Jus bought a fine Hudson molor, and is eligible as a charter member of ihe projioscd auto club. Xo- t continues the firm on the "un- fair'1 list, and that (he men who had been secured to taLe the piates, rel.elleii aud sttuck without ihe ai'J of any organization. Itie letter concludes Ijy asking al Ltlhfandcs Amateur Operatic Society TLere v.ill Lc a meeting of tbe ab- ove society at the Conservatory of Music this evening at S oVIock starp. All those u'ho 'look i-ait in "The .Country CErV'.are carceslly requested be presenL Will thote members hare" not yet handed In Ucfcets kiiidly bring them" tcr.Igbt. Praised for Work .for Farrntrs Ur. Jobn A. president of he agricultural college of Utah, who as president of the InternaUocEl Dr> "anniDg Congress, presided over the of that organization in this city last October, has since bis visit to teen much interested he- agricultural progress of Southern Ubcrts asd cones 'onded with D. Finlei, the forme pubHciiy commiEEioner of the coo. Or. Widtsoe is a rccogniid auihority on dry-farming anrt one o Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 and phompl FOUND HIS HORSES Calgary, May After a search three in tnanr miles of .piaJrie were ecourcd, Edward Kelly, jthe Crossfield raiicbers, from wliom htad of tprses stolen in >road daylight by horse in thi dlstrfct last found the horses running loose the prairie. organized labor, of the United King dom to assist us in ghiag Ibis mat lei 'widest publicity and also n file a protest to gcncrnTnent for its acceptacce ol tins mail." ES FROM 1 'PEG LOOKS AS IF THE C.P.R. BUILCJ THAT MONTANA LINE TO' COUTTS (W. A. P. Report) Winnipeg. Maj Prosecuting !t iotentiDn of Invading move of th northern Staled, Ihe Soo mor tbe ablest eipqneiils ol tbe modern mciho'Js of tillage and soil eoriserva lion He was full reports of th recent Mixed Farming an in a leiter lo its officers, received to- day by Secretary Kmlcy, be sends hi best wishes for -the important -.vor tha tic 'being and adds: "i luiniy- Lonyidiulate you upon gocd work ilat jou are personally liolng in bebaK ol agricult'ire In Alberta.' Held a Banquet Pnichc-r Creel: Echo: The annual meeting of the Macleod district of Hie Metbodlst conference will be held In I'incher Creek, Legioniog on Wellies- day morning, May 2t, Tbere be in the neighborhood of twenty clergy- men and lay delegates present at Ihig meeting, and on tbe evening of tbe familiarly aa tbe .Minneapolis, ANADIAN 'PACIFIC Victoria Day Excursions 'ARE and ONE-THIRD For Round Trip Selling Dales ;MAY 22 (o 24, 1913 Kcturn Limit MAY 27, 1913 R. G, McNEJLLIE, District Paasanger Agent. St. Paul and Sanll ste. Marie Ilailnav, a Subsidiary ot the C. II, is going to extend its Drake-Jlakoll line right through tiiat Etate, and on through to Montana, lo connect with ih? line at present being tuill southwards acros? the international boundary from Ixjth- bridge tnis end in antl to pro itlr, orpine Til for the tremendously Increasing iMffic oter tic Hoo main Ijie, Ihe cornpanv annojnces an imen- tlon of sj-enrilng practically on equlpmeul. Most of this ne.v oiaipratr.t rill available tins >ear (or tne moicmenl uf the gra'n dollars thi! situ on which ihe Winnipeg city hall now Ho is, In short, one of the ir.ost interesting i.icn In tlie at thr present time, anil the membership of the local church con.iirterably honored in cnt for a few In connection the Tiork the OislrkL AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY am Spent Sunday in City John RIous, formerly or the Leth- jridge Hotel staff, but r.ou" of Mcd- For the week of May iSib we ivill a discount of off all our Wall Paper. This is all new block and contains the latest designs and ideas in wall decoration. The Red. Gross Drug and'Book Ltd, 5ITY AND DISTRICT cine llai, aiy. in the city over Sun- Progressive Bassano needs this >ear for civic purposes, and ihe Ux rate twenty mills. The flourishing town 1s laying ihe louudalioob for a city. SteamsnEp Arrivals The Canadian Pacific s.s. Montreal s reported by trEC Cape Race: due Que'jec Monday. Passengers due Winnipeg Thursday and Lttb'jriJ on Saturday. 555 t Visitors from Maclcod M. S, Bryan, former police coun stenographer hert, ft (.compared b> H. P. TouTsin, spent the weefc-cnd the city, yolns back to -Macleod thla morning. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Blue Labtl Catsup, per bot. 3Cc- Llbby'a Catsup, per bottle ..20c. 3Fbs. Bags cf Sill, 4 lor 25c. Syrup. Alb tins.....-13c. Lily White Syrup. 5tb tins ..35c Rhubaro. Tor .........25c. In addition to our Attractive Prlc 51.00 on every spent- Choice Dairy Butter 2Tbs ..60o Choice Crean.ery Butter, 2lb 75o New Laid Eggs, per dor.....25a Green Onions, fresh daily, 3 bundles for............. 10o Carrots, Ibs. tcr...... ICc. Parsnips, 2i'> representing The Premium Grocery St. South J_ Terrillt PHONE CITY AND DISTRICT Nanton'a Member J. M. M- V- V-> ot Nn ton, vas hi lho city Kentish Annual The annual meeting of ihe I.eth- brldga Kentish association lie in St. Aaguatlu's Monday, May at S p.m., slurp. All meu cordially Mr. Rook U Busy J. S. Hook of the provincial govern ment telephone sjstem, V.HS la [he city jesterday en route for Iho where tho is building sev- eral rural telephone lines lhts year. Mr. Rook Is connected vlih the rural Hno department of tho system, winch has become OQO of the largest In the vibole telephone depart me at. T. SIEELE EveraM Franks installed n brand nev Paper KuUoe Machine and are HOT: prepared to turn put all kinds of paper ruling and book binding as as job printing. guarantee tho very best work. Phone 1107, NOMINATED BY MAGRATH CON- SERVATIVES FOR POST, i MASTERSHIP To Visit Construction Camps II. U. Rzrbcr, who is connected with the C. P. It. engineering staff at Cal- gary, came south jesierday and pro- ceeded to the south branches this morning'. He will visit the Lclfl- briagc-AVe; burn construction camps, where steel is now being laid at a rapid rate. .Requisites' DR. HESS' POULTRY PANACEA DR. HESS' LOUSE KILLER DR. HESS' HOUP CURE. OYSTER SHELL GROUND BONF BONE MEAL FOR CHICKS KRESO DISINFECTANT tor NESTS AND PERCHES J. D. Higuibotham Co., Ltd. The exolg- Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 no Building Permits Stafford Village, .tlioueh it is is commencing to make It felt in tbe city. Building permits are being taken out by Stafford residents .V.si George tbis morning, applying for a permit to erect a Jll'CO residence on Join Street. Tbis is the------J application Witbin a from' that part of the city. CITY AND DISTRICT To Organize the Elks H. P. Is in ihe city to in slitule a lodge and club of .tilt.Ben evoient and I'rotectlie Order of Efts cf the Doraimon of Canada. Ml. Harrison QUARRELED WITH REPORTER Calgary. May exciting Inci- dent occurred at Ir.'- Clly hall on Sat- urday, 'rttn Commissioner id In the ChleJ of Police to oilcl the repreecnUllte of tho Herald Irom bis off.'ce. The Corcmissloner rlaiaicd tlisl he had been misreprc tented h> Iho reporter IJiforp ih( BUSINESS LOCALS REX AlbtV la opj'. Coaldale Hotel, 10D-0 all Iniercatcd in Iht fornalloa fjf an Encampment of the "Ancient autt Illusirons Order of Knights of will nlcaae meet it: I ue S. O. 15. hall, 10th St. South, f.i'JiRy night, May 20lh- al S 13.'- Taber Mines Busy K. Bullock, W. K. UuLlock, Mr Wood, und others connettecl with inimns inttreats of Taber, are in the city lotlaj. Kor (lie summer seasoi they say, the mines nrc v.orking ier> yet, none of them having heen ctoetd dovi n to date The farmin, comrniinil) aroiir.J the coat town looking exceedingly Hr.e and busincs conditions are refletling the optimUr of the farmers. The acrta'jc aroun Taber -Aill te about the ESIRC as ]as >tar, Back From Empress Mr. J. Harris relurnciL on SaturJa from a. week's irn in the Ho Deer river v. here he has hee looking the toAnalto of Kn press on the C. I'. II. branch froi Swift Current to liassa'no Tlie C. NOTICB Of S Lol3 51 and lilock No. 3S4-H will l on Th-jreday, May 22nd. 1513. be The South, Jots arc situated on Ninth St., Slsth and Seventh ai-erti.es lace cast. Information may be ubt.ilr.td Erom M. Voung, pher- ift, or Sbephtrd t JDiiiilop. 133-4 M. of K, tlanro in there was promise ofjs. o, K .hall Friday. May 23, a free-for-all and tumble 9 ron, rioua 11. are buildinx a huyo the which uill months in the pany alscf ha-.e steel biidg require nin uildlnjf The com tutlnns of Ian ipotled for a to-Anatie but 1t has bten actualiy located as jel. Mr. Harris IB a genuine LethbrirJs booster, and found people alt alon Hit: line, cast as far as Swift Curre Ulklng alioitl llv to Has a Big Contract A. Cazier, ol Cazler Bros. Construe 02 Co., Cardston, arrived In tlie city 5s morning and went out lo tlie ccm ruction camp on the irrigation, ditch orib the city Is belni isbeii on forty railes of new main aal and laltrals being added lo tin north of Coaldale. Personal Mention J. E. Tcimant or Milk spfrn ho week-end In lite city. Mr. A. J BnrnEldfij of the Uank o ommerce at Sunday i C. G. Simpson, oi the Crow's lone Company, or Nelson B. C., is d Dg business in Ihe city. E. PaiUoii, an txtenshe farir.e rom Champion returned there toda Jlagrath, Alta May 19. The (jnes on of tho poBtmasteriihlp 'nas par- ally solved oa Eatirrrtay. John T, leele wiH get the recommontlation tbe local Confer vat ire executive or the position, oC course, means the appointment. C. H. Karren as a close second, and in the oplu- on of many of the guard deserv- ed the job, as he is a staunch, long [nc Conservative ol the non-partisan Mr. SteeTe is not a bud Boats arc Reported The Donaldson liner, LelUia, is orted at the C, P. K. office here, as ue at Quebec this The Ascania, is also due al Que- ec at noon today. The Allan line, S S, Hesperian from rlasgoiv, v-as due at Quebec jesterday Montreal today. Western passengers arrive m iridge on. Friday ding but ft capable man, ant lould give the public good service, Earl Pingree, another of the young er members of the parly, vull receive be recommendation Tor the position of Dominion sub-land agent, to re place Jobn Bridge, who lately resign The continued rains are giving the feeling that they had a few years back, when the Garden. CUj earned her game. Good crops am prosperity'are becoming icore assure. etery day. EJders Spa d-. man and B-aadby, o Stirling, .were tba speakers on Sun day afternoon In the 0. S. audlto: iurn. Sunday evening, the Hev. Cano of Cardslon, again Chun-li of Ecglaiiti services In tl. Hail. On Friday cveoir-s; List the Rev. M Cameron, of LethLridRe, a vcr Interesting- lecture in the Treabyto Ian Church, under the auspices oE tn Ladles' Aid society. Kdith, uajghitr of C, M, Karren i1? her paicnts, after an extended lrli> abroad Hot Weather Breeds Disease in Milk Ask Your Doctor! PromSQent physicians eayf "Proper pasteurization Is the only safeguard agaiiist Impure milk and dairy Lethbridge Creamery MILK and CREAM Thoroughly Pasteurized and Bottled in' our Own Creamery y Prelect Your Family Phone 584 PILES CURED tN B TO 14 DAYS Your drupglst vill reluntl money it OIN'TMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or 'rotrudlng Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c, LETTERS AND NEWSPAPERS REACH ENGLAND NEARLY A WEEK LATE London, May ;s cnnBul- ecable giuinbtiag Leie today over tho (Jethery oi the latest Canadian mail. 1'coptc ate wonderlog if iliu new Canadian bi-nice is rcsjionsiblo for letters from Ottawa, Torouto, etc., rlatetl May fitli, were only this niorning. The same postals who bring letters rJivted -May. Oth, another instactc of delay is that Toronto r.cwspaycrs, inEitril on the Mb, aro being delivered before the letters rfat- jcd the sixth. Kite DonGgTuie's grain elc- valor at Kingston. Another Lady Insulted A yo'ing woman, a stranger in the ity seeking a residence Mh Avc i, where she had, friends, was ir.-: lultetl en Kaliirflay by an unknown nan The young namo could iol be learned, p.s no report came in o the police station, Ihere bring no policeman in the She had aken a car to 13th Street anil iith anemic A., and upon alightinp fiorn he car was accosted by the man, who attempted to tafce her arm. Sim man- aged to read; her destination In fnfety and the affair uaa rootled to Iho jollce today by the for.tVictor of the :ar on which the 'rtoman had been a iissenger. Cancellation Stamp A year ago Ihe post office in use the first canccUation sump Grilling a meeting or c vent ion allov-ed by tho posl.il authorities of the Dominion. XOA Ixithbridge is again in the limelight by having two cancellation taa (n nac at the same tirrle. For severs weeks r. slamij bai been