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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBR1OGE Tlie Dallas Hotel But and Moit Conven- ient Place to Slay V' C. WJBray J'JRS HAVE ALL THE LAT- EST IMPROVEMENTS RUN EASILY AND ARE DURABLE..AND MAKE LITTLE NOISE. PRICES THE LOWEST "The store that saves you money" Groceries and Fruit Let ibis bo your Grocery anil I'ruh Store. There is lot of satisfaction in buying Uroeerics. ami at this store, liecau.se you are sure of correcl weight, ssiy of getting the best quality ami sure of paying the lowest Special This Week CHOICE WASHINGTON 501b tsses LARGE HAVANA PINEAPPLES. Per doz. J2.SO Tl-.c Xivel Oruiiies will be a thing of Uie past In juoiber (no weeks, so get a surely now white tlie> an.1 to bo had. FINEST NAVEL ORANGES, ejKClal size, lno doieii (or FINEST GRAPE FRUIT, at........lOe and 15c, CUCUMBERS, LETTUCE. SPINACH, RHU- BARB GREEN ONIONS. ASPARAGUS, RIPE TOMATOES, CHERRIES AND CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES AT LOWEST PRICES. -----PHONES------ Grocery DepL 625 Wholetate Dept 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Claw Fruit and Con- fectionery.. Wholesale and RcSall Grectry Dept. 8W Whileutt DtpU U WEATHER Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION B'-OCK. SIXTH ST. i PHONE 1735 1 New. Barnes Cial _____ J___; V LUMP, MINE'RUN'QR SCREENINGS by ihe" ton or. carload Jots'1 PHONE 1475 C. O. D. Ottawa, May The hoard. ot Uttcf commissionVrs, presided >r Assistant Chici CoimuiEsionei cy considered an applica- C3 35 70 11 54 43 58 43 30 C9 31 60 .20 25 I.fthbridjc, i-lear Edmonton, rloudy ulouly i Winnipeg, cloiiilv I Peniielon, cloudy jlifd Deer, UouSy Maclcod, clear Prir.ce Albert, Tair 62 40 Hegina, clear............ M J" cloudy 55 43 Grand Koriis. .rain 67 40 Llcydrainster, clear Gn 31 Uro'oVs. clear 44 25 Hattlcford, clear........ 64 35 Moose, Jaw, cloLijT 45 39 Bracdon, cloudy........ 6? Karaloops, cloudy T2 16 YcjrcMlle. clear 67 40 Calgary, fair.......... 61 35 Medicine Hat, cloudy 66 31 Current, cloudy 48 35 Port Arthur, rain..... 4S 36 .28 j Unsettled and weather hasj prevailed in eastern and southern AN OPPORTUNITY TO i BUY Manitoba; -unite farther the lion irorn the'Toronto hoard ol frads 1 weatter has necn lair. It has leeo this the reduction ol the cool in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, rei-M ebssiEcation on dried fruit, but temperatures haie risen m nor- Thc application uas joined in by them parts oi Saskatchewan and the sereial eastern assodatinns and throughout Alberta. It-lie Calsary board'of trade FORECAST: All West-Fair te- as as ..those oi Winnlpes, Re-1 day and or, Thursday gina, .Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and teicperatuics. Letbbridge. The Edmonton board oi trade filed an objection, claiming that the grant- ing ot.the application would increase tie, -privilege -to the iresl I uhicb they are opposed to. Representatives for the C.P.R., tie G. T- P. and the' Canadian Fruit As- s'nciationy claimed that tbe present raliugs as based on n'eight and value fair'and not unreasonable. CITY AND DISTJRICT New- School District i District has been organized 'with Olio Fenske of as senior truste. Cecilia G. S. Lennox, is lb.e family of the Duke of Richmond, speculated on tbe con Stock. Excajnge for tfcree-ytars, tifii ]jc-r losses j nd ei peases amount She is a baak COALOALE NEWS Coaldalt, ilay the Laities' Aid naji entertained by observed Moth- er's' Mrs.' Suggist was in charge of program. She1 opened thi pro- gram hj''giving the lite of Miss Jar- The roll call was responded to. by quotations on1 mother and home. Mrs. B, S. and Mrs. Norton gave solos. Mrs. TV. H. Pawsoa and ?-lrs. Ad._ Ilrown, readings. The crys- tal Lake Ladips' Aid were guests. ifrsl "A. entertained Mrs' Langc.of Fernie, and Miss Kntght, ol Letl-bridge, .3Irs. Heighes left Mcr.dar to visit her daughter, Mrs Koy CoVclj in B. C. He Has Resigned of Pinclier Creek has resigned BS a magistrate. f To Establish -a Pound E. F. Qulnsey oE .Noble has been authorized lo e'stabtish a- ponnd the S, W. y Sec. ?2t II, 23. Maclcod't Barristers J W. McDoaald and W. 31. Camp- bell. two of Slacleod's leading !ega luminaries, the city today at tending the tessIOD of the Sup Co-art. Own Wall Paper. This is all new stock anJ cootalas .the 'latest desigcs and ideas in ivall decoration. JheRed'CrossDrug The Premium Grocery a Money Saver BEue Labtt Cattup. ptr bot. 30c- Caliup. per bottle ..2Qc. 3lbi. Bjgt of Salt. 4 for 25e. Lyle's Syrup, Lily White Syrup, 5R> tins ..35c Rhubarb, for Choice Dairy Butter ...60o Choice Creamery Butter, 2tb 75c New Laid Eggs, per dot- ....23c Green Onions, fresh 3 bundles for IQo Carrots, fbi. fcr fbs. for..... In addition lo our Attractive give cgupons repreienttng on every spent The Premium Grocery Soutk PROPRIETOR OppcifU Thrill. PHONEm CITY AND DISTRICT A Warner Merchant E. C. Lainf, the Warner merchant. vias in the city last utsht on business. An Important Appointment Lawrence Dos 1ft of Carrnangay, his beta appointed a stoti Inspector. He Can Take Affidavits J. 11. Fleetwood of Lel'nbrldge, ts Gaieited a commiEsioner for taking affidavits. Discussed Boutins The bo'arj of directors o( the Y. M. C. A. met lu the parlor "yesterday. Routine nas discussed. For this week only ALL TRIMMED HATS 20 PER CENT OFF A SPECIAL TABLE OF Choice. 60c to 75o- ptr Twenty-five. LADIES' FANCY 35c, reduced to.........25c. C. A. Cooksley North Lelhbrtitge. 13th Street i name of air.attress raade iti the West for people who want the best." It's merely stuffssJ." h's mad e from tht finest quality, cleaneil acd- mast- samlary carded wnven into downy Jayera by special ----'aufornitic" The housewife who Knows value of sound, resi-at r.ighi, will do se When well 10 choose iiasdone this she. can do no nsure healthful fcr her household. Mr. F. Uowner wll! also award witness an Interesting mil- itary spectacle, and so lo encourage tbe cadet movement- here. have 'jusl stock a large shipment of Ko- daSs and accessories, such as ioHoY'r.a.peT Vclot' paper and M; Powders, -Tank Pbw- Kodak" acid, Tripods, Flash sheeis, 'Graduates, A. B. C- Developing Outflte, Hoyal Plates, rKodaks and Cameras; of coda and driedt'suiphite of loda. Look over your In this line, and let us nil your orders. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Start On a Visit Here Join W. Rohrs, proprietor of th( famous Hughes hotel In Fresno, Calif. Is slopping at the Lethbridgc. Popuiir Pal Coitello P. J. Costello, of tbe firm of Cos- lello and ftyan, real estate agents ol Calgary, is in town on business. Blackle to Borrow Tbe Village o'l Blackle has tccn au- horizcd to' DorrOR- for street mprovcments and to purchase a Tie- and cemetery. To DiEcuES'the Advisability There be a meeting 6E the Leth bridge--Dramatic Society to discuss .the advisability of showing Tbe Country Qlrl" in Medicine Hat Conferring with Officers George H. Jackson, assistant super Intendent department of delii quent children, of Ed Is in the city today confer ring .ivlth Sirs.' Corry an'd I'robstio Officer Lamb, on local problems. An Ohio-Albertan G. Welsli, of Oiford, Ohio, onns sections of land three mile isest o! Xew in tbe cit He Is accompanied by lioi Rislnge: a practical and successful Tanner from tbe N'ew Dayton district. Spokane Auto Club Will Spend a Day With Pick and Shovel Franks Have installed a brand new Paper Ruling and ars now prepared to turn, out all lilnfls of-pa per ruling had book binding as irell as Job printing; We guarantee tae very work. Phone HOT. An Inspection Trip Mr. J. S Snow-den, president ot the Vnperial Development Company, of Wiunlpeff, is the local branch of the company. -Mr. Snow den Is mucfa impressed 'with tbe future awaiting Let Abridge. Spokane, Wash May hun- red Spokane automobile owners will on overalls and jumpers-on Satur- ay, May 24, and ivlli spend the day s common laborers, smoothing oal he rough spots In. the highways, of Spokane county." Governor Ernest Lister, by proclara atlon, has set-apart tbat day for a ride observance of good roads principles, Many phbllc schools r-wlll held exercises in nhioh.tte benefits ot tetter highways Ivill bo told. Under the guidance of tbe Spokane County Good 3oads association a big organization of citizens has be effected for a practical observance of the day by performing manual labor. One hundred automobiles, carrying five men each, will leave (he city, at S o'clock Saturday morning T.lth a complement of plcfcs, shovels and din- ner pails. There be no return to the city for a hot lunch, and tho busi- ness men will have to be satisfied with a cold meal and enough subse- quent recreation to make an hour of] duty. Twelve separate routes will to 1m proved and repalrrrt during the daj NOTICE All Barber Shops in the city will close at twelve o'clock (noon) on Saturday, May 24. A. B.SPENCE Sec. Barber's Union Phone 1065 For Fresh, Rich Milk and Cream it and You'll Buy It----- F. H. COX i SON P. O. Box 1255, Lethbrldgo' uncler straw Frank W. Ouilbert, CQNTRACTORS> EQUIPMEN We have just unloaded a carload of WHE EL SCRAPERS DRAG oCPAf-ER3 FRESNOS WHEELBARROWS _ CONCRETE BARROWS Send us Your Immediate Shipment, Right. J. B. TURNEY COMPANY rtH.aduvartirs lor 75S 1765 Alia., Mines and Mills Municipal 1J45 2nd Ave. inspection of Cadets Tbe battalion of Lelhbridge cade be inspected ty Major 'Belao Cadel Inspector for the district, the following order: Thursday; 11 a- at the Central School, E Company, 1.3N p.m. at tbe Fleetwood Scnoolr Company, at 3 p.m. at Wcstmlnst School C. Company. On- Friday a1. the Poilco Da rracks at 11 a m. B Com-' puny ar.d at 1.30 A. Company. At 3 o'clock ail tbe companies will assemble at lb.e. police barracks for batlalion drill. There Mill be a stand march and at tbe conclusion prlzts banner for service's rendered by the out en KUSIXES8 LOCALS REX 670, Albor- ta Saddlery, opp. Cbaldale IJotel. 103-0 XOTICB OF SAT'G> LoU ftl and 62, Block f-C" N'b. 3S4-H' n-lll be sold on Thursday. May 22nU, 1913. Thcpe lots on Ninth SL between Sixth and" Seventh avenues and (ace east. Information may be otUlned from M, Young, slier iff, or Shepherd Dunloji. J33-4 D. M. of E. Invitation dance Jn S. 0. K. hall Friday, May 23, Com- mence 3pm. Phone 715. We bare a car or fine oats', forty lo the bushel, excellent for Bet-ding purposes. Hyde U35-2 The f-adlei' Aid of St. Andrews chtircb, will hold an apron anrt pantry TEUEPHONE NO. S2J Barney Ffrm DEnolved Tha firm of D. G. Vaughau and P. C. Thompson, doing business at Bar- ney. under the name of "The Farm- CITY AND DISTRICT Ntvi School Near Cowley The Tocld Creek school district has been aulhorizc-d nllli J. C. Drewry oJ Copley as senion trustee.' era Supply has been dis- solved. Parlr.erahip -The partnership betweeo Uhl and B. Sherman In the Uijou Theatre, lias been dissolved by the of W. B. Sherman, accord- 1ng 'to a notice In the Alberla Ga- retle. Uhl continue the- Itus- Jness. vice president and secretary of the roads association. Each com- prises (en miles of road, making a total of 120 railee of hiehway io be relieved of rule and rocks. U W, Hutton, a millionaire mine owner and capitalist, uaa the first man to volunteer In the pick and snc- vel brigade.' He trill have to work Just as hard on Good Iloada Day as If he needed money to buy a sinaro Spokane, county has a fund of for road the next two, and enthusiasm la thta worV Is at a high pitch. The county has a nucleus of permanent highwayb totalling 33 miles and cT- forts are aiding materially to keep them in good shape. Off to Maple Creek V. II. or Ib'o Dominion experimental farm, left this morning for .Maple Creek, vifiere'ho will ad- dreas a meeting ot the CyprcsB Hills rrigation company. W. H. .PaK'EOn will also attend tho meeting, i Will be a Convenience A. through car from North Jye bridge to Henderson Park nill bo run Saturday, >U) 24ih for accommo- dation of the on the north side, who ivlsh to take (n Hie turf meet at the park. The jellow car will be laken off Us regular route and put on the special service. Goes to Great Falls, Thomag Ulchardson, for many years secretary of the. Portland, Orcson Chamber of Commerce, and con- ducted a weeks' campaign 5n Lottibridge, luo joirji jjo, has tccn hy Ihe Hoard of Commerce of Great KalU, Moat. Companies The Atlas Coal Co, with has heen Incorporated with head of- fice at f.cthbrldze. The S. M. Knechlel Furniture Co., capital ulth head offices at Redcllffe, 'occn 'incorporated. The Bow City Car and Foundry Co j Steamship Arrivals The While Sfar Dominion liner S.S. Mcgdntlc (3 reported at liie C.l'.H. ticket ofHce as duo at Quebec nlgbt, Montreal this afternoon. West- ern passengers arrive on Saturday or Sunday. The Allan line, Corinthian aas due to dock al Quebec yeaterda) morninz and at Montreal this ciornhig. West- ern passengers aro due T.elhbrldge on Monday. liner Caronla al LUerpool on Sunday. The Ascania dotketl at Quebec on Monda> at 8 a.m been sale al 4 20, 13li 31. 23rd. at 2.30. City. Tbe Bgsiano capital Incorporated capital. Head Bow Wine fc Spjril Co May 'The Hcacllffu Garage Co., Md.. cap- ital The Taher Industrlil Co. with a capital o( been gtaalc'd cbarler, k Dr. -Helen MacMurchy, of Toronto the Women's Canaillnn Cluo' of Hamilton, deplored the lad of loyalty that_ was generall: thfoughoul the 'country. heV. C. W. Kosf, pastor o[ [he Par! llaptUt church, Drnnlfoid, declare Itat ho had Information to Ihe elfcc that fln organised effort nag hein inflrlo In Urantforil by uhltc slav operators, ft Is alleged nn altemp was riiaJc recfnlly to chloroform an Mutt a shopjirl. LETHBRIDGE TURF CLUB EMPIRE DAY RACES SATURDAY, MAY 24th At 2 600 Dollars in Purses ENTRIES CLOSE MAY 22nd Reduced Fares on All Railroads General Admission to Grounds 25c To Grand Stand 25c B.- B. McCarty, C. C. Pagnuelo, ;