Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel AY.iHlsor Best 5155 a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIPGE This liallas Hotel It the Best and Most Conven- ient Place lo Slay GET HIM ON HIS ARRIVAL WE SUPPLY; SWATTERS DURING THE HOT WEATHER SPELL will k inclined tu reduVc t'lie COOKING NUKIKAM, cspcc- "uillv you may so readily procure 'lleaily-Cooked uaUbles Iruin us. WE SHOW YOU AND PROVIDE THE MEANS C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money." 3105th Street Phone 761 HOT WEATHER SPECIALS California S'.ra-Aberries, larfe Iwxcs, Z lor ...45c. Black Cherries, per tb 40c. Cucumbers each..................25c 30c- Hoi House Lellucc. very crisp............. 30c. Rhubarb. 5Ios lor Grace Fruit lie, and 17'ie Llms Juki, Moiuerrat.............45c and S5i Rose Lime JuTce. Raspicrry Vinegar, pints 35c. SValkir's Grape Juice, nothing belter. 40c 4 75c- Assorled Fruit Wines, quarts MEATS AND PROVISIONS Ox Tongue, sHccd .....................65c- Boiled Ham, Swift's 1'reiulum sliced 40C. Llbby-t Lunch Tongue. Us. lor 30c; Is. for 50c. Canned Chicken, Canned Pijs Feel. Canned Sau- sages Canned Ouck-and Turkey, Canned Beef, Canned .Wutlon, Polled Meals and Pastes. Heint Pork and Beans, Oysters and Lobsters all very nice for your holiday lunch 'The Choieesl Creamery Bulter, special for Fri- day ........................35c. Fresh Ranch Full Cream, 'Roqufort. McLaren's and Ingersolr, Camemberl, Neuschatel. Limburger, and Am- erican Cheese at popular prices. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Grocery Oept 525 Whc'esal; Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and ReUil -----PHONES----- Grocery Depl. Dtpt ITY AND DISTRICT! Your Credit Is Good CITY AND DISTRICT Jno., Kenny Improving- Fred Kenny of the C. P. It. com- mercial telegraph office-has received wmd from Victoria that his father's condition is Improving, anil tbal now Mr. Kenny is sitting up for time each. day. short clear Edn-.O'tor, fair Uoydminsier, clcudy Macleod, clfar Battleford. clear Saskatoon, fair Jaw, clear fair ;elson......... Yegrerillp, clear led clear Calgary, fair...... Medicine Hat, cloudy Swift Current, fair rUgina, clear..... Brandon, clear clear Port Arthur, (air .02 The Rascally Pigeons Alberta Outfitters DOMIMGN. BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1735 tamed oat to heT Why, the inform aot.complaiued that certain seeds planUd In the .back lard'sarden had turned up missing. She could give ne clue, as to' the proba'ule miscreants b-jt nought o light-hilled pigeons were responsib'.i for the Ihefl.' The police are dcins Iheir utmost lo trace the perpetrator storms tne dirk deed, but as yet-have no I light on the s'uajcct. Franks Ha-.c fristaUed a traiid new I'apcr Kuliqs Machipe and ate v now prepared to'" out alt kindb of. rapcr rjlins and booK IiiiuJlng as wcli'as job' prmtioe. guaranfce" the" very I'lione 11U7. Phoned 065 For Fresh, Rich Milk and Cream __Try'it and Y'ou'll Buy f. H..'c6x S. SON P. O. Box Someone "phoned a hurry call in to the police station the other day, what do you the complaint 45 46 4S 40 46 II 52 31 53 45 AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY rain is reported in the prairie provnces except a few Hgbt stowers ,i! Snulbern Alatrta. The neither generally lias bten fine and-' much warmer. Forecast and warm.' Wed- nesday, generally.fine but Practice Tonight The Y. SI. C. A. baseball (cam wll practice tonight ou the Geld north o he railway tracks: Bow Island Ranchers Howell Harris and Jas. W. o Bow Island, of the leading ranch ers o! the district, are in the illy to day on business. of May ISlh we will give? a discount of off all'our'Wall Paper. This !a all new slock and contains 'Ihej latest designs and ideas, in jca'll decoration. BEST- FOR TABLE USE, BAKING, OR RICH DESSERTS .11 1 Greaniery Cream PURE, RICH, THICK CrSAM FRESH EVERY DAY. GET IT FROM THE LETHBP.IDGE CREAM-. ERV..MAN., Phone 584 Got His. Veteran's Medal Major Burnett, of the customs Az- parlmeiit, was'ihe proud recipient the other'day of his Fenian Raid medal, were pressed into the raid o! The medal.bears ,a catl of the lite Queen Victoria's.head, and is a very tand- momenlo.- the Jlajcv was in the easf iajt year ne found that distributed lo the '70 and applied for his, it coaling to hand only last i-Mday. Al of tne raid Major llurnetl th'e Tank of corporal in the t'ron 'tenac Cavalry.-. They were held in re at 'Kingston. In 1SSI he 'was iromoted to tbe rank of lieutenant, n_ 1S5P. to 'carilatn, and In ISM to retiring with raTln in .lajor.lllirnelt-'is very proud ol the medal r.hich adds another to Us decorations. CALGAPIANS GET EACH WITH CIGAR (Fiom Calgary Kuws-Telegram) ?25 not lo'-mention a goo-: smoke, for. fen cenls sounds almost iKe'a the nrospeclus of a 'Oet-llich-Qiiick Walllngford" yet a least two Calgarlans have, thus pro- filed. -.In ,lhe. Kens-Telegram for som time.past, advertisements haie ap pearcd for the jlor de.Claro cigar. In which it was slalcil that a number p cosLainsJ lags- whicl would tie redeemed for various nibbled at once anJ lie, drew a total of JJ.75 In small inside cf leh days The tags were cigars, all right and the c'sars, tod.'wero all right. John D.'Christlihson. 15 MeDougall bought''Ihre'e Hir de'Claro cigars .at McLean's drjg store, and one ol them contained a tag. ,.C. Traunfleifcr read the advertise- ment arid-derided to try the cigar. On his second purchase, he was for- tunate and drew a ?2n tag from Ihe nshcr.'of one of ih; clgtrB. A wjs-redeemed by a cigar tore at Scc-jnil-slreel cast and tenth .lihlle the lllllcrcat Co-Opera- Ive society rc-ilcetncd another. The 'unljc-r of tags found runs p into the hnridreiis. Memhers of the News-Telegram de- r-lare that the cigara p.re worth he muiity aside from the chaucea one gels nitii the htdiien advl CITY AND DISTRICT A special the LethlTidge i3e Association will to held on Thursday evening at S o'clock. All members ate renuesled lo attend. Detective Piper Visits Detective Sergeant Plfer of (he Mounted Pollc'e'jtittachnie.it at Mac- leotl, is in this citj 'today. Off torGrand The North Slar.Lcdte No. J. A. F and A. SI, held-a social gathering last night. About 100 were present including a number from the Taher Cardston, MacleoJ and Diamond City odges. Most.of the vUHIng brethren eft today for Banff to attend the Al :erta Grand Lodge meeting there to morrow. Cars Carrying Mere tt'iin Jos. Clllespie's beat house an pavillion at Henderson Park lake i full swing, the street cars are begin ning .to show a difference In the" Is tor the httter. weekly band concert at Ihe lake wou be right in line helping to make th place a pleasure >resorl such as might be. Figures compiled by th sircet railway department last wci show that 5507 were carried on circ day, 4242 on Friday and C1S3 on I holiday. Owing to the high wind Sunday Ihe afternoon crowds at I ake were small, carrying 3024 for Ibe day. Tk-RelCrpssprug and Ltd, A Good Trip C. S. Donaldson has returned fro his excursion to Oreston, 13. C. K sold fruit tracts to Ihe entire part; hlch Included sit. The tracts nr i 10-acre blocks and sold for (10 per acre. Blue Cati'jp. per bot Libby'i Catsup, per bottlo ..20e. 3tbs. Bags ol Sill, 4 for 2Sc. Lyle'a Syrup, 4to tins.....40c, Lily White Syrup, 5lb tins ..3ic Rhubarb, 5tb for 25c. Choice Dairy Butter 2lbs ...eOo Choice Creamery Butter, 2rb 75o New Laid per doz.....250 Green Onlonij fresh 3 bundles, for t3c Carrels, Ibi. for lOc. Parsnips. fs. for.....lOc. In addition to our Attractive Prices we give coupons representing 51.00 on every spent The Premium Grocery Ht-llth 81. South J.7UFF. PROPRIETOR PHONE 5 Chairs Shine Baths Everything clean and sanitary. MMt. Kaake Opposite 'Alexandra Hotel Maybe "About Subway -A meeting of tlie North Lethbrldg ratepayers will be Keniuester day Aid. Alrd instructed to he city engineer's department tut he "waitr frcm the C. P. R. irrigatio canal into Park lake to- day. The water In the lake has been lLg rather low since winier. J. D. Higinbotham The fatatt Store TELEPHONE oral, and legislative. Thr legislative buiietln give's up-to-date information of pending legislation in the Congress of the'U. S. The general bulletin cov- ers ,the" important developments in commerce.' The citizens of Lst'huridso arc at libtrly to'refer to these bulle- tins- af-auy time in the office ol iho Commissioner of Commerce and Man- -.Important Bulletin" Service Commissioner Tracy announces that he is in regular'receipt bulletin service of'the Chamber- of Cornmcrco orth'e United States of bulletin service is.fn two A sabsliluto Is always inferior tn the real thins. -Tills true of tea as of ariftblne else., InslEt on set- ting "S.M.ADA" and you get-the best lei in tbe "world. Bitulithic Co. Representative Here C. V. McDonald, representing the Bitnlitbic Co.; Is in the city today Iroro Calgary. This concern did the greater part of tbe paving in Lctli. bridge last year. He. says that Kd- n-.onton, Ileglna aud Saskatoon are the only Western Canada cities spending much money on paving in stringency is aftcc-ling the rest. Rummage Sale Tbs ladies ol the St. Patrick church will have a Rummage. Sale In the Miner's fbft -North V.'aVJ, oa Thursday, May 2Slh ami will ilto.serve Tea, Ice Cream and Cake, from 2 till C o'clock. RELIEVE NEURALGIA Personal Idenlion G. II. AHham, city from Macleod, Is in the city In connection with Ihe case of R. K. McArshur is the Town erf CardFlon. nas heard In the Sllpriinlf Court today. The licv. S. llaon.of Carraangay is a to the Jf. D. proprietor of Ihe Warner Record, accompanied oy hi3 father, C. W. Wlnev. is In the cit> for a day or tno. Sir. Whitney crop conditions inihls ilitlilc-t to b excsplionaliy goon. Phillip Mlcbach and Bmll Sick hive1 returned home from California where they haie been attending the Inland Stanford irr.liorally. They spend their vacation here, William Co.ialrif, of Medicine (lopped oier night' In liie en ro'Jte from Oreal Falls to his home. CITY AND DISTRICT r, canr.ot soeply yew JUlbieu Uo ..Sherbioolift, P yottpuld BUSINESS LOCALS REX 6TO, Albfr- Sjdiilery. opp. Cralflale Holul, 10Z-0 The Crown Cleaning-and Tsilorlnc Works lake pleasure In'calling the at- tention of Lethbridfe's best dresserc to their excluahe line of latest fab recently Imported for their ladle? trade. We lollclf tb6 Inspection of Ihoie whom oihcra have failed to Please1. We are as pleased to show (o Eell. A call will prove A miitua" advantage Ihe Crown Cleaning ani Tailoring Have 23 Passengers A meetipg of the examining eom- rolttee of (he Imptrial Home Hcunion 'association will be held in the Board of Trade building this evening to con sider the application forms which have been duly filled out and return- ed to Secretary Hay. The applica- tions prbude for bringing out 23 passengers. The members of the committee are F. W. Downer, A. B. Stafford, A. Hayr, John Home and 0, B. McKay. "The Passers-By" at the Majestic As a play much oi the human 1 clement in il Ihn "rasscrs-liy" has Mis, attraction. It brings into singu- lar the wealth and poverty of old As'its name mplies, Ihc hringir.g in of the pass- ers-by on itb streets, at the wljim of the tenant of fashionable bachelor apartments, lo share in an ccccnfnc hospilalily furnishes the humor. A slory runs liiroujh the play, and. through Ihe medium lilllc child, Ihe "loucncy ends where lovers meet To be successful the piece is essen- tially', one rcciums capable handling. H >s too much to say thai, in llic treatment of the partoi I'eter Mr. in" a grc.ll incas'icc achieved Ihis dis As ll.c leading figure; in ,1008t llif..story, vulh .1 prrscTiality attun descrlked in the Herald ai that time ti lo ll.e tharactrr, he K-TC to il s ______" anil a Application Wat" Granted Mr. William Morgan succeiMulli City Solfcl'or Hall returned liomel rfprrswleil Ilic Lcnilrm Ir.iinp. Will nlghl from Calzary where, n .quiet impcrMHiali'm lir City Kngir.ecr Illanchard, he appear-.all llir the in.lld cd before Ihe Hoard of Railway Com-1 dual whose is II, mlssloners In conncclior, ullli the j Thames cmbanKraent. clly'n applleatloa for a crossing at Ann Krailty, Mils Marsirc The and .Miss AKarrz thci respective roles in pleasing manner while little Flrvor Alvarez plajcd hi part wilh consummate assurance. the typical London cabby, M John Mendel! ,was "all ar Mr.-Soel Teasle gave a jond repr ifntalion ol Ihe Re as William J'inp, ihe ma scivanf has Us diMincli anil is a tis hy-thpse wl'O rare to witness .som thjnn, 'a liillc rcmoied from (tie o diniry. Girls' Batketbalr Tonight on ihe Westminster ground Knos and Westminster s.lrls' basket- ball Hams will compete for.'nbnors, Al Bought t Al Morrle, manager of the Morris Theatre, has a freak "calf from T. Mortenson. The. calf Is moiiEled and Is a wonderful curiosity, po-sfMlng six legs, Iieadi and It was brought heie from Moost Jaw "some lime ago', and "na: eel. The clly has yel madft tiu ap- plication luf subway at Thlf, howeier. Is only a mai- ler, aad nill he attended lo ea soon as the subway bylaw li pasied. FOR WOMEN'S Dr. Mjrlel'i Female PII.H bein the for 20 for 40 preicrikid and by Accept no other. drug- SaVe One Ton of Coal m Every Sk The Economizer .will "do _it, While the cost of living hjs undoubtedly been growing greater, at the same time it is true there are. some inventions that- will offset this- increased cost of living, and the careful, house- wife' takes advantage of these inventions. On every Gurney-Oxford range there is an Economizer which controls not only the drafts but also the .entire, combustion or burning of fuel to create heat. This Economizer save 1 ton of coal in evcry6thatyou would Use withth'eordinary range: The Economizer is a simple device, absolute !n its control. By merely moving the lever you can obtain any degree of even heat in the oven. "This, insures the satisfaction of always having light, delicately crusted-bread and biscuits. The kitclien fire ceases to be a worry if the Economizer is on your stove. The Gurney -Oxford is the final result of experimental thought. Science has given it a. Divided Flue, a new Special Grate, and Broiler attachment. This Gurney-Oxford range is primari! a saver of money, time, and energy. C, W. GRAY 310-5thSt. S.