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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hold Windsor 51.25 a Holtl In Alberts LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOGE The Dallas Hotel Is Ihe Best Most Conven- ___ lent Place to Stay. (0IWERS Groceries and Fruit l.rt iliis )n> yiMir (iroi-ery ami Fiuit Stoiv. There is ;i lol uf in lniyiiig' (.irweriejs uiiil Fniil ;u this stove, lie-muso yuii ;irc sure of i-orivi-l weight, sure uf getting tho best quality and SUIT of jwying ilie lowest prices. Special This Week CHOICE WASHINGTON lu 50tt> cafes J2.00 LAROE HAVANA PINEAPPLES, per father Miss Stall, of High povrnert jn white mult ar.d z black pictiire bat rimmed with ostricn Hie bridesmaid, and Mies KnoMen, g6 in pale blue silken-iinen voile, act as maul of honor. Mr, Charles Stilt, brother of the bride, the firoom. CITY AND DISTRICT TV.O Carloads of Furniture The Wilson Furniture company, tin- oaded two cars loacls oC luruUure to- On Business Bent U. Wagenechl, H. Jolmsuu, anil G. of Spring Coulee,; yes- .erday in the city on business. Were Drunk v Two Slavs were assesed tbrte dol- ars and cosla tbis morning In ifae city police co-jrt for faeioj drunk and disorderly on 3rd avenue, One a Week Clitic saya that ciiy has no right lo expect the band .0 give free concerts more than one night, a neefc. The contract with the sand only calls for one concert, either Gait Park or at Henderson part. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Blue Labst Catcup. per bot. 30c. Catsup, per bottle ,.20c. Ba9, of Sail. 4 for Syrup, 4lb tins.....We. Lily While Syrup, 5tb tins ..35c Rhubarb. for .........ZSc. Choice Dairy Butter 2tbi ..EOo Choice Creamery Butler, 2Ib 76o New Laid Eggs, per dor.....25o Green Onions, fresh 3 b'jndles for 100 Carroll, Ibs. for......10c. Parsnips, Ibs. for.....10c. In zddlUon to our Attractive Prlc-i we jive coupons representing 51.00 on every J2500 spent. The Premium Grocery Birth J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Tcrrtllt PHONE I Had a Lot of Hard Luck but Everything Shapes Toward Prosperity Franks Hare a brand new Paper Hiilmg Machine and are now prepared lo lurti out all kliicis of paper rnliiij and book binding as well as Job printing. We guarantee the belt work. Phone HOT. R, G. District Passenger B. VlTCHELL, BARON Japanese ambassador to the Unl I ltd States, of protest to the United States govern merit regarding the Alien land laws parted by California and Alabama In sonrve quarters it Is tha- vy these may lead to wa Calgary, Alta. between Japan and tht United Slates We hate-just pi.l into stock a of Ko- dalis aoij accessories, such as solio paper and post cards, Velor" paper postcards, M.'Q. Tank'Pow- ders, Kodak acid. Tripods, Flasb sheets. Graduates, A. B. C. Developing Outfits. Roya I Plates, Kodaks acd Cameras, dried carbonate of soda aod dried sulphite ol scda- Look cv'er your wants in this and let us fill your orders. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO, 322 Winnlfred Has a Mine J, Lavenne. of bougbt the plant of the Independent s: Tsbcr, H.Dil mnvti to Dlfred to vrcTk his mine there. H. A. Sleirea, ct Sprir-gfisld, an experienced coal mine roan, Is Mr. Laieoue's partner in the Our Pleasure Resort Jos. Gillespie's pleasure resort M Henderson Lake is rearing com. pletlon, and will be opened next Sat- urday, Victoria Day. SK boats, built by fieo. Harding, of tbe. North Pattern and Planing mil] be launched. Another half dozes from Peterborough, are on the toad. Found Many Canucks A. K. Humphries, travelling Imra rat-on officer, returned this morning rom KingEgate, where he Inspected lie AK 0, Barnes circus. A g nany ol the in tbe E' re Canadians from the uclntty o xmdon, Ontario, CITY AND DISTRICT Kentish Men Meel Monday Trie Kentish Men's asfoclation wll' tioM its regniar annual mQJting and elcclion ot oflli-trj on Monday next May The local organisation jiil Slkely aJWiate Kith Iho Winnipeg BUSINESS LOCALS for them. To Arrange Entertainment Although the M.iile-in-CanadJi ex hlbitEon train arrhe In1 the cit two frotrj today, no arrange- ments hue as been made for tb eoterEa' of the party. Th train will Arrive at four o'clock; 1 the afternoon, and remain otear bas been day }ardmaRter here, :oes lo Calgary, as night yardir.asLer: R, is promoted from night 10 day yardmasler, anil A. Morrison, of MattelaG Hat, tonies here as night yardmaster. 15 Leman Lloyd? A joung man named blojd auppoaetl to been in Tollbri within the past year, is causing arnt- iety lo hia friends who do not whether he is alive or not. 'f this item should be read by Mr. t.lojd, the Herald Is relisted lo urge liirn lo to his Miter, Cora, at Kremlin, Oklahoma, Oar field Coi.niy, Should knoa Mr. Moyd. Ihev would confer a favor on bis sinter by acquainting her liia address., May a Ions spell of very hard luck, tnmgs ate commencing to again, brighten up at Beaver Mines, whilst steady em- ployment in ar.d about the mines is assured for at least a Eciv >ears. The drifting into the cuts on the ncvr rnilftay tratk was responsiblo for lining the. inius idle several weeks during the winter months, besides costing the company suras of money in keep ii clear, Tbis, hoo- ver, will be- provided against in-fu- urc by tbe election ul shelter fenc- s, etc. in addition to the short iinc marked (be lolners, the con- ract on liehali of the men as so unpopular that a month lie men struck viort and relused to tart until Mr. Slubbs visited ho camp to his reasons for igning it. Towards ihe end ol the veck Mr. Stuhbs airivct! and advised start and gin- the a but most ol the the foreigners, o nbitinate lhat thcr puljed out next, day as a protest asaiust the contract. then the mine is sad- and a large number of miners ate required to work It iroperly. In the meantime, many valuable have been grant- ed 1o tbe men, the result that the average earning for tbe past month compare favorably i most mines in tbe district, 'A very sore point tlie minera was hav- ing to frame their oun timber, hut they are now relieved of lliis burden, as the company 13 at fram- ing it tor them. N'o. 1 Mine, v.hich been idle lor the past 18 months, is again K for opening out Jioon as a ent i.umbot of miners can Le obtain- ed. Mr. William Hamilton, pit boss, has resigned his position in mine in order fo taLc charge of the pairing of tie railway track, ami Mr. Muir has heen appointed pit boss in his place. Mr, Dave Kemp, secretary ot Hie focal, has also" re- signed, and Mr. Daucs was elected to lhat office. Are you willing TO TRUST TO CHANCE IN BUYING ICE OR ARE YOU GOING TO ASSURE YOURSELF OF GETTING THE FINEST ICE CREAM EVER MADE? Lethbridge Creamery ICE CREAM SURPASSES YOUR HIGHEST HOPES OF DELICIOUSNE8B. Phone 584 TO CURE A COLD TN ONE DAY afce LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine UruKglBis refund money It It falls to cure. E. TV. GROVE'S Eigcaturo ca box. 25c. 'Albany, K. V., May iiUec has Ihc last two ol tt'C series of exchange reform biUj passed by tlis legislature. Oiic re- quires biuters to deliver 1o cubtorn- ers a nicmorandura drscrihicg tho securities purchased and sold, also giving tl.c name of Ihc person or cor- poration from tliey v.ccc pur- tliased or to whom they were sold, together with the time vlicn llij transacliou took place. FAST TRAVELLING London, Frcncb aviat- or, Marcel C. Brindtjonc ties ills, carrying R passenger, made a flight today from Hcndonnr.d Calala and back without landing, a lolal anco of 100 miles la 55 HE WANTS CLOISTER FOR AMERICAN CLIENT France, >Ta> (ivcf Barnard, the nculijlor of N York, 11 1? announced, Ins reconsid- ered hit decision to present to Wench government the marble rl tcr of (ho Abbey of St. MlcnaeJ de Cox.i, offers lo give to the [ftnclclpallly of Praik If allowed (o if.more It. The cloister is said to been purchased for an Arrericjo collector but the toe-U authcritics bad applied to the government to preieat Uj rc- moral. CARD OF THANKS Mrs J. (f. Sirtllh and family desire to thank the many kind for their sincere Rjmpalliy in their re rent sad bereavement, aluo tot Ilora tributes received. CLUB EMPIRE DAY RACES SATURDAY, MAY 24th At 2 p.m. .600 Dollars in Purses No f> No De- ductions From Winners M Entrance Sg Fee Charged ENTRIES CLOSE MAY 22nd Reduced Fares on All Railroads General Admission to Grounds 2Sc To Grand Stand 2Sc B. B. McCarty, Pies. C. C. Pagnuelo, ;