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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO AtL TRAINS Hotel Best 51.25 a Day Hstcl in i Alberta Fl ATT V TTtTT? AT Fl UAI.L I WHEN IN L6THBRICGE The Dallas Hotel ll the Bctt and Most Conven- ient CANS 1 fcosc will kink and hpse that k.aks scon break and U'a'K, uhicli ir.eans trouble ami OUR SPRINKLING CANS are nindr, ciiher of t.cavy lin or of gaUanbeJ material. We can save you on Lawn Movers C.W..GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSlh Street Phone 761 SATURDAY IS VICTORIA DAY Y id win Day for jiii'iiii-ing-, or lo ouug and tender 2 Ibi frc.'h in 3 Ibs for 25c Spinach and Cauliflower expected for Friday irm Carrots, S Ibs for 25c. Sound Turnips or Rutabaga 12 Ibs 25c. OPEX FRIDAY EVEX1XG MEATS AND PROVISIONS Boiled Ham, Split's Premium sliced Lunch Tcdgue, Hs Tor 3Qc; and Is for 60c Canned Chicken. Canned Pifis Feet, Canned Sau- Canned Duck and Turkey, Canned, Beef, Canned Mutton, Potted and Pastes, Heinr Porfc and Beans, Oyilers and Lobsters all very nice for your holiday lunch Choicest Craamery Butter, special (or Fii- Uay................................ 35c, Fresh Ranch Eggs.....................25c. Full Cream, Rotjufort. McLaren's and IngersoLI, Camembert, Neutchatel. LImburger and Am- erican Cheese at popular prices. Grocery Dept. Wholesale OepL 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale und Retail Groctry 82t Wholtulf Dept. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Blue Lr.bel CaltLip. per bot. Llbby'j .Cattup.'per botlle ..20e. 3lbs. Bags of Sail, 4 for 2Ec. Lyle's Syrup, 4tb tins.....40c. Lily WWis Syrup, 6tl> tint ..3ic Rhubarb, for .........23c. Choice Dairy Butter ...5Ce Choice Creamery Butter, 2tb 75o New Laid Eggs, per doz. ....25o Green Onions, fresh dally, 3 bundles for ___......... 10fl Carrots, tbs. for 10c. Parsnips, tbs. for .-----10c. In addition to our Attractive Prices we give coupons reprcsentlno on every spent. The Premium Grocery at. J. TUFF. PROPRIETOB OppotHt Fit WEATHER Mln. Lethbrldge, cloudy 71 Caljary, fair........ 72' Edmonton, fair..... 68 49 Medicine Hat, cloudy 74 13 Macleod. clear...... 70 -12 Red Deer, cloudy.. ..67 37 Coronation, (air...... 69 10 Brooks, cloudy...... 51 29 cloudr 70 40 Uoydiuioster, cloudy 63 37 Prince Alien, C2 3? Saskatoon, clear 63 SS Battleford, clear 66 40 Moose fair 60 37 Sv'm Cuneot, fair.... 6S 45 Estevau. clear...... 57 37 cloudy 62 45 Brandon, fair....... 62 4i Port Arthur, cloudy 46 12 .34 Nelson, cloudy....... 6S 44 Grand Forfcs, clondy 74 ,40 Fair weather has been general over the -prairie provinces, moderately warm in Alberta, and. in moat of Sas- katchewan; also generally warmer" In Manitoba. Forecast AH warmer today and on Friday, AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY Wall a: a Bargain flOTlCE All Barber Shops in the city will close at twelve o'clock (noon) on Saturday, May 24. A, B, SPENCE Sec. Barber's Union Let Hsctivlng and BiB'.cr. con'.nctorF, wto crecllns the International liar- vwter fo.'s iccciie] a tbrec and miter this morning Phone 1065 Milk and Cream '------Try (t and You'll Buy jt----- F. H. COX i'SQN P. 0. Box -'l 295, 'Ulhhridge Franks Have InsUllefl a brand new Paper Ruling llachiuft and are DOW prepared to turn out all kinds of paper ruling and book b'inaing Job printing. TVe guarantee ihe very best work. Phone J1Q7. Trains for the Fair n. G. McXeillo, of Caigary, dlMrJct passenger agent of the C.P.R., was In Ibe cily. yesterday. While here he made arrangementa v.ith Manager Al- len Jack, of the exhibliion. to. nin three special exciirajons on Thursday, irODT and L'ardElon', icspeclively. During the oilier day? of Ibe fair single faro rates mill apply, and apccJal'cara be added to the regular trains to ac- crfiriidotftte'the'crouds, lie also an- nounced tha! the Cardston train %oul4 he back two hours on Sat- unlay eteninz to allow the crowds off th2 Cards ten Branch to remain over lo aee tbc bail in the evening CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT Wft have just 'unloaded a carload of WHEEL .SCRAPERS ORAO SCRAPERS Immecflate Shipment. FR63KOS CONCRETE BARROWS Send us YcJr Orders Prieei Right. J. B. TURNEY COMPANY Contractors 'C55 iff 1755' Lethbridgc, Alia., Mines and Mills Municipal 2nd Ave, S. )ITI' AND DISTRICT To Inspect Properties Dclph Coolldge and Jas. S Adams, of Colfax and PullmEn. Wash. arriv ed In the city last night to loot over properties owned by them' in this dia- :rict. New Police Costumes The tins white helmets for the city police TviU-tol he worn until the new badges aiTlve. The cops will also have brand new summer suits In a 'ow days. Amateur Operatic Meeting All members o? the Amateur Opera tic society are urgently reii-esled to attend a meeting to bo held in (he Conservators- o! Music tonight at S o'clock. Important business -will be up lor dSEcnseion, Sweet Singer Coming Miss Irene Allen, sack Sue. Rhubarb, fresh stock, 6tbs. !or 25c. Lettuce, homt per 30c. Rarilshs, per hunch 5c. Green Onions. 3 bunches 10c. Cucurnben, each 25c, 30c Australian Onions 6lb for 25c Fresh Pineapple, each 2sc. and.................30c. Choice Creamery Butter 2Ibs for 75c. Cllolce Dairy Butter Por Ib 30c. Choice Apples, per box il.65 2016 Sugar, B.C B. R. Tea. 3 Ib. Pkt 15c, .45c. 25c. 25c. 25c 15c. Tomatoes, per tin New Laid Eggs. 2 doi Corn FFakes, 3 pkts.- Puffed Rice, Z pkts Sis. pVts Grape Nuts, per pkt. Dr. Chicken Food Ib EC. ..25n bag ...Sflc PHONE 166? Central Cash Grocery A. E. K1NNEAR, Prop. doors S. 6th Ave. Car line 612 Seventh St. South Chief Brown Now A. Brown; formerly, sergeant on the etbliridsc police force.'lelt yesterday for Ferole, where be take charge of thc.potice force on June I. He was ordered to report ten before eo- on duty. Mrs. Brown gone to Englacd, where she uslt her parents until next winter. Haven't Heard of It The report is current .among local automobile dealers that-ilie Mo-anteJ Police authorities decided to add the automobtle to- the equipment of the force, and that sixteen machines are to be hought this year. Two o[ hese, it is said, nill he used in the Leibbrldge division. The officers of K" dlTisIod hoow EOthine abo-Jt the matter. Received K6MK GOODS We Ime just put into stock a large shipment of Ko- daks and accessories, such as sollo paper and pest cards, Veloi paper and postcards, M. Q. Tank Pow- ders, aeld. Tripods, Flash sheets, 'Graduates, A, B. C. Developing Outfits, Royal Plates, Kodaks and Cameras, dried carbonate of soda and dried sulphite of soda. Look over your tiantB In this line, and lei us fill your orders. J. D, Higinbotham The Store TELEPHONE' NO, ttl TO Stock the South Word has teen received from Hill thai he- left tte May, 20 eight', of. Sonera and to arrive in.So era Alberta, withia -tcq days, Chas Furman is also bringing a large here from south. Besides cows, the latter has bought a bunch colts, which he will place ou LSg near Taber. For this week only ALL TRIMMED HATS 20 PER CENT OFF A SPECIAL TABLE OF Choice. 75c. ptr Twenty-five. LACHES' FANCY 35c, reJuctd to ........25C. C. A. Cooksley "Ih Street North Lethbrldge. Now is The Time To TIAVli. That GROW PICTURE Let us sliow you our special display of Iractivi1, new styles. lire perfectly equip- for making group pictures and will ]ilonsc you with the quality of our-work. CITY AATD IH.STRICT No Pocket Today Tlic first pair ot whtti gloles" fof many Tveoks was handcrf out at the city polfce court this morning.' To Build Chin School B. E. Career, architect. Is calling for termers for a small school builoing at Cliin, Mayor Off to Fern'e Mayor Jiardle is not in' his office iday. He leH tan nlshufor. J'ernte, art as Hatch inspectors for tbc hc Interview the t M. ol InvllMlon rtsnce In S. K. hall FTl.laS'. Mar 'a. Com- mcoce S uja. 715." faclory proposlllon. It IE hardly like- ly that a special Wjil be call- ed t'hfd week lo condder the dlthoi'jfh this rnatter has'beeri on trie boards for some time. FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Or, Ftmale hive been thfi Standard for 20 yeart and.for 'pretcribeif and recommenrfetf by PhytMirM. Accept no othtr. At nil drug- Quite a.Cut The expenses or the engineerim department turlhcr pared toiid> v.hen three members of the EUTVC> crew ivere to go. This trim the atatf to eight men. year, at this time, there three men regularly emplojeS In th engineering department. There is lit lie work in sight for_a survey parti as the scheme lo bring water to city by a gmify has been' practtcally abandoned for this year. Laundry Men's Convention Mr. C. S. Fa now hns returned from! the est Canadian Laundry- men's atEociation contention, held at Calgary, lie was nonortd with be- ing elected a director, Tne tion reprf acrited the four western pio- and Incidentally a tot crt raji- ital. The laundry business U becom- ing quite an industry, and the employ- era lay that 50 pc-r cent, of the re- ccipls Js paid in The con- vention received a civic antll many probltma of [nter-j est to tlio business, proMems affect-! jng.coat, Kiulpmc-nl, methods of clean- ing, etc. Mr. Xehon, of Wlnnl- veg. Mr, u Van niascom was a frllow delcgale >ir. Kflrrow at the convrnlion. Calgary men the r.'cll, I Hichecns, banquets and auto rides being on the programme. Personal Mention HOT. A. .T. McLean. M.P.I1., of Ta- ber, In at the Hotel. A. C, Patterson, of CaTmangay. [s moving his family to If. A. Slnnolt, Mayor 0T CalgMj, In the clly on business. .Hqliert Carapbt-ll, M IM1., for Rocky Mountain, of I.ctli- bHdse, a vfaftor to (he ell> >er- terday and today, H. if. "'hmdlugion, ol the nrm ol !1. M. and W, A Whlddington, arthi lecls, to Mflcleod jeaterday, connecUon with school johs In th'it flly. A, B. Hoaglln, of How Is town on hiislncsz. J. Wilhlp, district manager ol Hie imperial Life Assurance Co. Ja abacut from the city an a weed's hus ineu (our, Photographer 906 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Some Manitoba Stock j yearlings. Mr, Ives purchased these Albert K. hea, yesterday unloddedi cattle in Rlkhorn, and Js tend- a carload of cailie, conaisllng of two I ing tUcm to his farm hetuec-n pure-bred Hereford b-Jlis and mixed] and Stirling. LETHBR1DGE TURF CLUB EMPIRE DAY RACES SATURDAY, MAY 24th At 2, p.m. 600 Dollars in Purses NoDe- Entrance Fee Charged (factions From ENTRIES CLOSE MAY 22nd Reduced Fares on All Railroads General Admission to Grounds 25c To Grand Stand 25c B. B. McCarty, C. C. Pagnuelo, Sec. .Treat, ;