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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBR1DBE The Dallas Hotel l> the Beit and Most Conven- ient Place to Slay 'GET HIM ON HIS ARRIVAL WE SUPPLY SWATTERS WE SHOW YOU HOW AND PROVIDE THE MEANS C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O 5th Street Phone 761 DURING THE MOT WEATHER SPELL IKS ineli.UMl to roiliu-e I ho LMlOflKAir, espec- ially so may "so readily [irocure Koady-Cooked eatables ii'VSll US. HOT WEATHER SPECIALS California Stiawberries, largo froies. 2 (or Black Cherries, ptr rb Cucumbers 25e and 30c. Hot Nous; crisp.....'........30c. Rhufrarb. 5Ibi Grape Frufl at lOc, I5c, and Lime Monserrat.............45c and 85c, Rose Lime Juict, pints Raspberry Vinegar, pints 35c. Grape nothing better, 75tx Assorted Fruit quails 50c. MEATS AND PROVISIONS Ox Tongue, flJced.....................65c. Bolted Ham, i'n'uilum sliced 40c. Libby's Lunch Tongue, Tor 30c; Is. for 5Qc. Canned Chicken, Canned Feet, Canrud Sau- sages, Canned Duck and Turkey, Canned Beef, Canned Mutton, Potted Meats and Pastes, Heinz Perk and Oysters and all very alee for your holiday luuch The Choicest Creamery Butter, special Tor Fri- day ................................35c, Fresh Ranch Full Cream, Roqufort. McLaren's and Camembert, Umburger and Am- erican Cheese.at popular .-----PHONES----- Grocery Dipt, 423 Wholesale DcpL 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Fruit and Con- fectionery. WHolesile ReUil Crectry Dept Wholcul. Dipt 1271. Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters ST. S. DOMINION SIXTH PHONE 1735' Franks installed brand new Paper Ruling ilachlnc'and.'are now prepared to turn out all kinds oi'pafier'niling and book binding as well as job printing. We guarantee test work. Phone 1107. COMMENDABLE MOVE1 TO BEAU- TIFY FAST CROWING TOWN- MINISTER OFF TO THE .ASSEMBLY J OWEN SOUND TRAIN DITCHED Ont., 31 ay P. R- train Xo. 711 thai left the Union Sta- tion at.7-0 a.m. jumped the rails at p.iri. near Arthur, Ontario. 'Ths canine, baggage car and three day coaches all left-the-tails anri tilted over on thciK sides. ,C. P. H. officials say no one injured. It learn- ed ITOIB another, source that fUtect: pfcsEengers were injured, outgone ser- iously. 75c New Laid Eggs, pf r doz.....255 Green Onions, fresh daily, 3 bundles for iOc Carrots, 3Ji Tby. tor...... lOc. Parsnips, ibs. for..... lOc. In Jdditipn to our Attractive Prices we give coupons representing SI.OO on every S2MO spent The Premium Grocery it. Seutfc TerfllU PHONE VICTORIA 'DAY CELEBRATION WAS FULL OF 'MANY EVENTS Copley, May A large gathered iu IOMI 011 Saturday to taku in the sports. It uas of iho host days that Co A ley has been, lucky enough bantfed. out by the weather iuau. The new race track al polo groucds uls-'U ibc nnesi of shape. The first Item oa ihe program was started at 11 o'clock the Klvcr and. Couley baseball learns Uued up for an exhibition gaiue. The game resulted, in a win for the Cowley nine by a 'score of 7 lo 6. At times the play was good but at others it bad. Some kicking was made by tome of the local team as to the line up as changes made to try tO The Belly River fs affected by the arnij the frefiucnljshow- ers of and'ls severd! feet higher than normal. Travellers say thp fords are rianlrerdus between Lethhridge aatf 3tadebd. Bel Madt His Escape fs John Bet, the terrible Turk carved up the Irishman Dan O'Conuell, section foreman at Milk TUvtT a week'ago? Although U was reported iroin' he had n captured at .Cut Banj; b> the -Mounted .Police, "local police authori- ties fay that this was net the case, and Bel t-r at large. Ererj- effort Is being made to locale him and If arrested he will brought tacli Canada and charged with attempted murder. It is taken for granted thai he ecross tbp bo unitary, 50 that he Is probably now with some of the construction crtws' doing rail' In Ihe herder state. present at the same gathering, ant will visit their old borr.es during th Mr. .Jones of Lcndon, Onl, on-Sst.urdav arid will tisil his son D. .C. "Jonefi during ihe summer. Two-representatives from the de- partment. Miss Stfcvins and Mtes Vo addressed the Women's Ins'i tnle on Friday, May "2.V. Steven who organized institute here Tell, spoke -alons the IhiE' o' insti- tute Vork nblic Yeomans nicst franfc and tntereslk'E sidrCES OQ the "Gir! Problem." A large numhar from Vujcan -rent to Charapion-on the 2ith to witness contented tall games be- 'Vulcan -.and Champion." The baseball game's proved interest- ing to crowd of spectators. At the close the score Jtood ifj to 0 favor. -A wind came up- which made the football game difficult one for the' players anrj During the first ha3f Vulcan team maile tv.o goals but no others were made during the game. Marie Walker spent the holi- day her parents In ClartE- holm. Mr. and F. Jennijohn have returced from month's In Iowa and Xorth f] irl Rummage Sale "The ladies of the St. Palrick chiirch will Hummag6- in the Mjner> in the on Thu.'J'Jar, .May 28th and wljl also serve Tea, lei .Cream and 2 till 6 Xenr York, May Slate Senator Stephen K. Slihvell. convicted of bribery by a Jury last week alter he tad hoen exonerated by the Vork state Scoale, nas sentenced (o- not thin four years mure in an eight, jn Su.fi Sing-j anrt prlsoo, I Letu Exhibition 'of Pictures Tomorrow and Friday the new pic- tures recently purchased fo; The pun- lie schools ot the be on ex- hibition, at the Central school. All the pictures tttll be exhibited first at Central school, nest week on Thurs- day and Friday at Fleetyoot] school and the following Thursday and Fri- day at Weatminsler school. During school hours the various .classes )t the exhibit and It w'iJl be open to the public fro ra four to nlno p.m. In order to "Ehe these Interested an opportunity of assisting, a silver fol- Icctlon will be taken at ihe door. The collection of pictures, all reproduc- tions of tbe gteateit paintings, is something (ho never be- fore harl ihe opportunity of viewing. and ft. la hoped that parents, and the KWAJC GOODfe We have jiiat ptit stock a'Hfge shipment of Ko- .-'pap M. Q. Powders, Tank; Pow- ders. Kodak acid, Tripods, Flash Graduates, A. B. C. D evelopln g Ou tfi Is, Royal Plates, Kodak's .and Cameras, dried carbonate of soda and -dried 'sulphite ot soda. Look over your wants" in this line, and lei us fill your orders, J. D. riigiobothani The Store TELEPHONE NO. J23 public generally l avail themselves of this -privilege. A complete exhibit the In drawing of all Ihe pupils in all the will also hfi and nlcrcsllog. r.o doubt prove BUSINESS LOCALS BX Albr.r- :a Saddlery, opp. Coafdale Holel. 103-0 The Crown Cleaning 'and Tailoring Wnrka ta'ne pleasure .In calling the al- Icnlion of best Aittters, iholr cxdiisfvc Hue of latest faii- rtcs recently Importer lor ineir taaius trade. We solicit the' Inspection of those whom clhers have failed to please. We are as pleased to show as lo sell. A call Mill prove 3. mutual The Crown and Tailoring Words, 418 St. 0 The farr.OLS >fehchTlnft C'igarplies can be procured at tno Alexandra tiolel c'ear stand.' Smofc- ttx will he pleased to that the cigarettes arc beiiifi .soM ,al this cigar stand, at the special prlceil 16c. 25e and Sic I preparaUons inade for" a v good time and any would be heartily welcomed. fi Ja the cfty Tonight The School Upardiwill.hold a spec- ial meeting tonight'when the budget for the year will be considered. The board wletas, io get ihe estimates in shape to submit'at an early date', as ti.-e tav rate for (he ;ear' will be stmcJr. remedy, the supposed mistakes. Bromley was put tiu in, the place i of -Leg. Lustian, The Ilivtr, being short of a man, placed Lustiau on their team, and lie played a star game. SO two picked teams fave an exhibition of polo plailng and exhibit- ed foqr' periods _of the fastest polo Seen here for some .time. TLe play- ers1 taking part were: J. E. SuoulU of Pincher Creek; H. A. Gunn, H. W. fetiit and Chappie Ciarkson of Cow- ley; J7-MeiTade, A. N. McEwen -of the Korlfa 'orfc. The torse slartecl at 2.10. The races- "but" considerable time was 'lost between times. The open race was won by T. Eddy's Greasy Pete. The po3o pony race was 11. Hfnry Marquis of Plocher Creek took 'the honors in the irony race. The mile Miners Are Busy J. O. Jones, vice president 'of the United Mine Workers, Is in the clty after a visit lo Ilankhead and nanff He eajs that the miners all over the district arc baring a better sum nier's work this jcar than for past, and conditions In genera1 through me camps are exceedlngb good. JITY AND DISTRICT New Visitors. V, Anson N. Kesaler and wife drove in from New this -aClernoon. Mr. farms about SOOO.acrea pi and and reports crop conditions fioiiilshins- Extra Buildings The fair management have two buildings at the grouods which form v.elcome addlllbrtrf to the ac com mod a lion of other >care, The Cranbrook bnUding will be iiafid liy trie board of directors infect- ings End lunches at the the Dominion building will Iioua? an lbil from ibo oxpc-rlmental farm Yon to Hivac OK the terrible affliction tbal saddle horse race run H. The The city (ouncl! sit again to- oiTow afternoon as a court "of re- vision on (he aEseeement. All the appeals wilt have been considered by1 (ho committee liy that lime, and de clsions will he handed down. v The 1913 assessment be con- and after a final paring of the. current expenditure estimates the tax rate sill So struck. Double Membership Already The six teams selected (o campaign for new members of the Board of Trade bad a Inisj day yesterday, re- porting 15 new members Jasl night, thus doubling the membership roll. They win continue for two days more and boric to Increase the roll by the same number each day. R Down- er and A, Iliijr were tbo winning team >eslerday. PcttiL's Ikownio winning easily uoth-timts, althdngh judge saw fit-to give the Konprs to-Joe ol Fincher Creek, Dapper claiming that who Vias up on had fouled Mm. "The relay race, two miles long, was ihe most exciting race of the day. Three riders started out, but only two finished. Claude Mills finished an easy winner with H. A. Gunn sec- ond. The bucking contest was contested by Claude Mills, W. Mcfrren, "WMsL lor" illlligan, "The'purse was divided among the three. fcTCSlllag' match at sis o'clock between Era Miller of Seattle and Guy Somson of Pincher Creek finish- ed the amusement, Samson taking two straight falls. The Aid of Ihe PresbjLerlan B I our jDoy s Main Business Is To EAT It's his business to eat so his little arms and legs wiH catch up with his big stomach. That's why his food is EO. important. For his break-., "fast 'cereal give him a great big, rieapin' bowl of FORCE." It's all lopd and best there is to build and nerve. Your will like FORCE.1' Try it for i week. ly THE H-'O COMPANY- _'6U TOASTED WHEAT FtAKES church served meals In the opera hotKc during the day. They fpil a clearing over Tho Bel to no food was in Attend- ance and likened uji the day with, sorao The postponed league haEehall gfimc Lunribrcck anfl (be lo- cal nlno he To Bring Out 23 Al Hie peeling of the examining committee of tht branch imperial lloinc Heun'on association held in the Hoard of Trade building applications for passages were con eldered and accepted. JmmtdiMe steps will be taken to the HcTcets forwarded and by October I bridge's population he Increased Other applications arc being along and will b': con sldered comes to maoy hompR from the resuft o( ft drinking husband vt son.' V'o1) know ol Ine monpy wasted on "drink" thai Is needed tn the horns id pur- chase food and clothing. 'ORRINE nan aaved of drfnfclog men. It 1a a liotne treatment and can be glien secieily. Your money refunded. If alter a trial, II tisr failed la bcncill. Coitj only il.OO'a box. Come In and get a free booklet 'and fresh Hed Cross Block, Uthbi store, I Ac a FELL 2000 FEET Jtontfose, Scotland, May Desmond Arthur of the army fl> Ing corn was killed today near here vrijle practicing aeroplane reconnaie san'ces other offfcera.. Heiv.a (lying ot a height of VJOO feet the alr.gs of hla machine collapsed. DIED Couds, Alta.. of append! dlls. an May 25th, at 11 n.ra., Hug! Shaw; brother of Agnes will he held At Coul.ln. Ma 27th at P.m V'rirndn in c'eut this the only Intlinitloa, 141. Gco. Bedeslan, an Armenian, vas fined {loo anrt'cosis for Boiling llnnor at GalL An informer, dtagulscd 3s a chimney sneep, had taken whiskey la return for his tabor. CEREMONIAL TONIGHT All rcqunslcd lo iiileml, 8 p.m. A.M. RITCHIE, Sec. A. E. MORRIS, Hoyal Vizier STORE THURSDAY and FRIDAY Watch Tomorrow's Paper R A. WRIGHT The Pioneer Jeweler ;