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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bail a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SVHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Dallas Hotel It the Best end MQJI Conven tent Place to Slay DURING THE HOT WEATHER SPELL nd Cheap will kink and hose thai fcink> leak, which simply means ceedless trouble and OUR SPRINKLING CANS are ttell made, eitbor of heavy tin or 'ot cab aimed material. We can save you money on Lavtn Movers C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 3 1 0 5th Street Phone 761 Your, Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION.BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. 1, 'PHONE 1735 Franks Have installel a-brand new if'-paperJrtiUng aid booic binding asvwell as joVvrratins. We fiuaranfeo work. Phone, 1107. CITY AND DISTRICT Sunday Evening Plrt (onsiUerabic crowd was attractet last evening ai 7.40 at L. F. Bounell's :5encc, by a'Cire in the back yard A smnll stable ftre through some unfccowo wayt and burniog a considerable time before noticed An alar No, l fire hall, and the brigade soon on tbj scene, and fcsd no dUEicuUy in casting ulEhin? tbe blaze. damage "wil till 3maunt to more than tfie Circuit, Certainly Horse-racing and exhibition dired ors In.the a hearty laug! tbii morning, V-'aea a paper, heavy 01 criticism and cheap advice, came ou with" the recommendation thai'Leth bridge join the Canadian racing clr cult. is nowju thii >car ofuts memberohip in. thai cSrcu! and fatr nest month there will be the biggest string of horses equal the hest in the Lsthbridge is" not quite so faMn the rear as some of ftsiadu'sers. will iiicliiunl lo reduce iallv so you may MI rcjulily i'nnu HOT WEATHER SPECIALS larse B'acV P" Cucumbers 25c Ho1. Leltuct, my crifi.............. Rhubarb, for......................... Craps Fruit at.............. IQc, 15c. and Litre Juice, Monserrat............45c ar Rore Llrne Juice, pints Raspberry Vinegar, pints Walter's G-ape JuTct, uolhing better, Assorted Fruit Wines, quails COOKIXG esper- Heady -Cooked 45c. 3ac. 75c. 50c. MEATS AND PROVISIONS Ox Tongue, sliced 65c, Boiled Ham. Sniffs Premium sliced 40c. Libby's LuncK Tongue, (or Me; IB. foi 50c. Canned Chicken, Canned Pigi Feet, Canned Sau- sages. Canned Duck and Turkey, Canned Beef, Gar.ncd Mutton, Potted and Pastes, Helnt Pork and. Oysters and LobiLert all very for your holiday luncli Tne Cholceit Creamery special for Fri- day 35c. Fresh Ranch 25c, Full Cream, Rcqufort. McLaren's and Ingenoll, Camembert, Neutcnatel, Umburger and Am- erican Cheese at papular prices. -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 825 Wh.cEeiale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Fruit and Con- fectionery. WkoleMle ReUil -----PHONES----- Crcotry Uft Dipt 117 WEATHER Max- 43 Min. Lethbridge, clear ?6 Eilmonion. clear..... Tfi Calgary, c'rar.......S Medicine Hat, fair----- Si fled Uecr, Corouaiion, clear VegrevlUe. clear VI Ijloydminsur, cloudy 11 Bcttlefoid, clear 74 I'rlDCo Albert, fair "0 Saskatoon, fair...... TS Yorbton, dear...... Swill Currew. clear 74 Moose Jaw, clear.. SP The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been generally Hue and moderately uatai. Scattered rair.s and fen thunderstorms have occurred in parts of ManHooa and eastern gas- Forecast Ail Generally fine and warm today and on Tuesday, but a few scat- tered showers. 5C r.i 5') is W Stock Was Not Available The announce me at is made that the hog and dairy special, which was in- tended to be run during" the latter of June, and the early part July, wilt not be put on. Tb? reason assigned is that the sceciaj purpose at the train was to distribute joung sowa ai a moderate cost Settlers, but the parses -who ,were to supply the if pigs for this piirpoic have cot BUC- I ceefltd in Phone 1065 For Fresh, Rich Milk and Cream Try it and You'll Buy it F. 0. Box 1295, SON Lfilhbridge saving a sufficient number to justify the running of train to distribute tbeci, CITY AND DISTRICT Vagrants Asked to Leave L. B. Macleod and. Violet Soiners were up In 'he police court this morn- ing, charged with i agrancy. They hoih admitted their guilt, and were fined and respectively, iib costs." Chief asVce-i theui Doth to leave "fthich they did, Interesting Supreme Court Cut Supreme Court "will resume its ion tore01 TOW, when tbe case of Me- Arthur "vs. tlie Town of Cardstoo. e heard by Mr. Justice tt'slsli. This 5 a out of a eomract-lafct ish'en H. K. SlcAabur, ciUTen- .itieer of Lethbridge, Installed a wa- in tig southern lg is bringing su't agafcst tbe muriicl' laltty for a balance of due'on contract- Conjheare Church fc McArtuur vsiil appear foi be plaintiff, and Win. for tc with h! sister, Mrs. Thos. ot this Elmo J, Fraser, of Coutta, spent th holiday ami neelc-eud with hU man friends ID the city. H. W. Crurcb, of Ihe firm Conyhearc, Church t McArthnr, is the city of Calgary for a few days. D. W. Pattertoa, student of .loh ston ar.d KitcWa Iw office, went Calgary, to write on hU second yea law exarainations there this week. Art Exhibition at Central School Some lime ago, tne pupils cf 111 city schools, supported by the teac' crs of the slaff, decided tnat la'e ae thelic phase of- education shduld catered to more than In the past, ai a pioposxl mide to b'iy priuts the old masters to be places In tb rooms. A couple of days ago a ahi n'.ent of about 1400 of eugra ngs was received. Thoy are a super [y fine collection. Thp pupils 6 clde on their choice, and the remain er he sent back. It Is now pr posed, in order that the general piib- llo may an opporlunlty of seeing Lho exhibit, td' hold an exhibition In the auditorium of the Central school tome night this neck, when everjone AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY Wall Paper at a Maf ISlh will of oS all o-jr Wall Paper. stock and contalqs Itlje latest designs and Ideas In'wall decoration. Thlr4 CITY AND DISTRICT CardEton Farmers Merry J. A; Hammer, of is 'n tho ell y tod ay. Card stou fa rrr.ers were never happier in thctr lives. Tlie tall wheat is a most magnificent crop, condition rigbt. Entries Comt Thick and Fast Manager Allen Jack already tas one clerk ftorMng on the entries re- ceived tor ibe big. fair ne-st mbath. Entries come In by etery mall, poiut- Ing to a successful fair ia te ol. the early date, Letnbrldge on the CjrcuU J. McN'icol, former secretary of (lie Fair board nlsheaj upstate for the information of tltose .who do cot know that the'Lethtrridgc Fair Board'has been a in ember of the Western ada racing circuit ever since the new track at .tlie? Henderson Park fair grounds tins been in use. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Label Catnip, per Jflc, Ubby's Catsup, per bottle ..20c. Bays of Salt, 4 for 23c. Lyle'. tyrup. tin. Lily White Syrup, tins ..35c bundles tor iQc Lily White Syrup, Sth tins ..35c ft i. for...... 10C. Rhubarb, 4tbs (or .........25c. 21'2 Tbs, lor TOe. jn addition to our Attractive- Prices we give coupons representing St-OO-on every 525.00 spent. The Premium Grocery 'J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR South OppciiU PHONB A 5300 Fire, which broke iut in a shack in the rear, of the residence at tho corn- ,of Fifth avenue and Third street about, eight "o'clock last even- did" about daiage. Two ds and a burned, and e interior oE the shack was "badly KQDAK G006S We tare, Just put into siocV A Ians4 sliijinient of Ko- dsk'i aiid M EOlib paper and post cards, Velox paper and postcards, M Q Poijdera, Tank Povr- ders. Kodali acid. Tripods, Flash sheets. Graduates, A. B. C. Developing Outfita, Hoyil PlatcE. Kodaks and Cameras, dried carbonate of soda 'sulphite ot soiia. your wants in this line, .and let us fill your J. D. Higinbotham Lti- The IfocqEt Store TEI.EPHONE MO, 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Soon in .Trouble Tiro dninVs -xetc given an costs n-iornlng at the police c One of the offenders was Rlcha; Wedlock, who wa3 released from th provincial Jail on Friday.. l be Invited. later. The dale BUSINESS LOCALS HEX 670, Albor- U Saddlery, opp. Coaldile Hotel. 10S-0 The Cleaning and TaltoTlns; Works taVe pleasure in calling tie at- of brat to exclusdc line of rica wccntlj" Imporlcd tor their Jadles' Iradfc icllclt Iho whom 'olhtrs have failed to pleato. We are a? phased lo ahow .A call will provft a mulual The anrt Tullorlng 118 5th SI.' Back From Fernle ilatille and J. P. Tracy, com mtajtoncr or rommerce and mannfac returneil on Saturday mornln from Kr-rr.k. where Ihey' spent a co pie ol on Industrial business.' Vindicating a Friend Objecting that (he Ita Teporied by- 3her: Komincrj, Great Falls, as beln conneckd the Durda murder Village last .November, not the Italian uho had kept a Hqu tloro there, and who Inter remote leailng his goods and In h Btofe; an Italian visited tfie Herald flee this morning, bearing that thla man, name he gave Qe'orge had removed taEtern seu-.-al months ag End Is there at the prenent time. slaterl Itiat he Vnerr Ihc llsllan pe sonally, and could prove' Ills cltlm. of t sirangc Itfllfan referred to. In Sherld's telegram to-chief Oavl unavailable, and the .Blatter. partntly ilM down. MAJOR BELSON SAW MARKED IMPROVEMENT AND ARE CREDIT TO CITY ______v Warm praise for the school caiicis, Uattalloii Xo. 301, has been frxpresseil by Major Uelion, In- speulng officer. While the cadets performing uatiallou drill on Um- pire Day, the Major wa ashed lo ex- press an oplnibu on the cadets as a whole, lie detllned at [he time, has sent tho follaivinb' very corigmt- ulatory letter to Herald: "The Inspection of the I.ethbrldge catlets which 1 uave concluded, lias lieeu most Baiistactory in every way. cadels Uave made great pro- gress since I Inspected them in June, 1513. "The general carriage of Ibe. bojs is better and the diill more advanced The discipline and attentioa good, and alt ranks seemed to realize 'tbelr rc- aud tried lo do thpir ost. Tho most marked imploveniGnt In tile and Westolln ler schools. Both tliesa companies, were last year, but riow they >re most efficient, aud there is prac Ically nothing to rhoose between th "Tho ilfghjchool.turned put a fine well Eet-up company" ot young men Ijethbrldse ha_s every reasoii be proud of her cadets and tbeir smar turn-out. Great credit is Sue to Lieut Building Permits HiiilsJiag, permits been issued lice Friday, house ou Ninth reel ballt bjr'S. Nob house en Seventh street outti to be built by J. Murphy, to i3t and a" residence tor George UHae, Ninth street North Stafford ille, to fSG.Q. 1 Ready for tht Campaign There a; special meeting o be council of .the Board of Trade in ha Board raons this evening. ampaign for new members will com lence tomorrow morning, and the earns will lice up, tonight to looi ver the field- An effort be maiJi o brlcg the membership clo.Ee to las ear's mark. Attending Stulon In Cilgary 3. Ball, city solicitor, and A. C Blaochard, city engjoeer, are i today, where ijicy arc attend ng Ihn session ot the Board of Hi! sy Commissioners. Evidence irll he submitted In connection Deposed crossing at Nineteen! street, north, and south l ifldge. t EVERYBODY WHO LIKES GOOD THINGS TO EAT Which seems lo tr.cliido all welcome ami appre- ciate. Lethbridge Creamery Ice Cream DAINTY- FUL -DELIGHT- TRY A BRICK TODAY. Phone 584 F. H. Fllmcr, cadet good results he has ed) H. HeUbn, Major, inspector of Cadels." 1 i i f Major Delton cnjojed his stay Jn Ixitlibridge very much. He left this aftei noon for Pincfcer Creek, fthere he will Inspect the cadet corps of the schools there, TOtureing to Calgary by July J. to be present at (ho anuunl cadet camp during the firet fortnight of that month. expects this year to send ttp aboyt one hun- dred cadets. The "United States will send troops to Hawaii 'ae a cautionary measure, due to the Jap: r- Dr. Gilbralth Re-elected Word has been received in the city' ihat, as R result of tne recent elec- tions lo fiJl the vacancies on the ate ol the University of Alberta, Dr. GaloraUh, of J.ethbridge, and Trenholroe D-xon, of bate both been returned by large majori- ties. Messrs. (Jalbvatih and Dhon uere of the original membere of Musfc Without Light Bandmaster Cllne states that the reason the band ceased playing so early Jast night flas that no lights were available on the baud eland, forcing them to quit when Ji grew too dark to see without Uglils. The omission will be rectified, and in fut- ure band tuncerts comprise a full programme. On ihe Ground Floor The T. H. Slagg Kmpl menl Co. hate (mm up stairs fn the Johnson Block, on account of in creased business, lo the ground ttoor of the Kastern Townships Ha building. 108 Fifth street South, r-I to tne Hudson's Bay store. .1, Roas, formerly ol the Geo. -M Hatch lAnd Co., (4 a member of this company. Settling Down In Lethbrlrfgt Commissioner ot Commerce ant! Manufactures Tracy has Iiaee4 the residence of E. A. Cunningham Twelfth street South, and nil! remove lolo ft shortly. Mrs. Tracy and oth er members of the family will join ffr. .Tracy and the Mfsscs Tncy h wlthffl a few rfayrf, (o be followed by tne icmairidfrr of the family as'.school closes -In the Boating AND Refreshments AT Henderson Park Pavilion ;