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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hold LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hutel IE the Bsst Most Cor.vtn- lent Place to Stay______ 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 FRESH FRUITS AND FRESH VEGETABLES (oriuuuto in securioj .1 Quariiiiv of Very C'jolce Apples at a remarkably low price, tie Is as lile di> liey tluioJ-: slronsly advise sou to procure a case. A lery special I'rke v bile ibcy list, al ver I'iuuuniia Berrlts are pist and for Ihc 5 cisou. lrJl ue.ar? receding shipments of Tha Karcovis (.Marie's Sfedliug Strawberry, the the flaicr. A Ms Ehli'u-.eut assured for Salurdav Clarke's Seedling Strawberries, at Lowest Market Prior. Freeh Tcrr.atoes. per tb ....................25c. LtUucc, ptr 2 for....................25c. Leaf Lettuce, 30c. New Potatoes. p'r 10C; String Beans. Per tb .......................25t.' Cauliflower, per rb 25c 3Qc. New Carrots 4R> for........................25c. Fresh Rhubarb. 5tbs for 25s. Green Onions, 3 Parsley, per bunch 5c. Cucumbers, and 30c. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS FRESH AND Radishes, 4 bunches for 25c. SplnacK per tb Gooseberries, per box 20c. California Black Cherries.................. 4Qc. Ripe Bananas, very choice .................40c. Choice Apples. for ...................25c. Flcrlrfa Grape Fruit............. 15c and 17c- California Fruit lOc. Frcstfess Oranges................ 40c, 50c, California Clover Honey, per romb .........30c. COMPLETE. Your Credit Is Good NEWLY FORMED .ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY WAS SPONSOR- PROGRAM-A TREAT Beaver Mines. May Fridaj evening. May '23, the newly formet Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST.'s. PHONE 1735 .Martin's Baggage Transfer eiraful iri'd phompt -----fHONES----- Gricery OepU Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clau Fruit and Con- I fectionery.' Wholesale and Retail j Grocery Deft. Ul Dept. 1271. CITY AND DISTRICT The Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the weeV ending today were as ed for the corres- dins week year. Cltver Planiil ID the Alberta musical festival com- petition at fc-Mrnorjton Miss Anderson, of Clareaholm won first honors in the open piano competition. Country Impressed Him C. T. Lee, of I tie Llbby McNeil and meal'packers, of Chicago, spent esterday in ibo city, leading last night for Calgary. Mr. Lee is great- ly impressed with Southern Alberla as a.whole. ...Home. From 1.. Ralph S. Thompson, of Spring Cou- lee returned ye'sterday from -ORMER CANADIANS CRIT1C1HE NOW BEFORE THE rMPERIAL COMMONS London, May appellate urtsdlctfcra bill is basins a somewhat ..mcctb passage through tte imperial parliament. Last night the House igreed to the second reading of the the overwhelm trig majority of Among the 20 who formed the inin- jrliy, vras the Canadian lather, Jos _ riin, iftho raised the objection that he dominions bad not aaked for the wo extra lords the bill was to pro- What t'ba dominions really At 'ired he declared, nas an imperial qurt. There were enough jjrjges al- dy in the House of D. O: thought that n tie limited' lines proposed by the all the strengthening of the present udlcEat committee unnecessary, f aa' Imperial COLT! were establis n the future, then he agreed that the oaimlttce require .strengthen from the" best legal Intellects o! '_. Empire. orchestral society under the conduct crship of J- Crawford gave ihcir firs concert in the Pioneer hall, and was very largely attended and'proved a huge success. The program was com follows: Add re; s by i he chai rman, T Hamilton, March, "t'nder the Double orchestra. _ Sone. "Dreams, Mrs. JJcVicar. Piano solo. Miss Doms Secolte "Garden of My .Mrs. T. J. Moore. tMarch, "WhiEilins orches- tra. Song. 'The Flower Mrs. H. Slcenhouse. Violin solo, J. Crawford- >n Song. "Where Ihc Shanaoa H. Urew._ "Royal orihesfra. Comic 'election! A; Hamilton. Violin soto, Secotie..' r Sens.. -'Just Master W. Huff. Soag, "I nanfTto Le io Mrs. ilcVIear. i s j y- Piano solo. Miss.Dorria SecoHo. fiong. "I'm thc'Wloke thnt" Brongrjt he T. Moody. "Silver Threads Amongst the Mrs, T. J. Mcore. step, "Cracker orches _ Stanford-University in. for his summer vacation. Gone to Big Farm G. C.- McDonald, oMhe Miami Para at New Dayton, went south this morn ing after spending two or" three days in .Leihbridge. Crop conditions- arc as being first clas in et 'spect. Hot Weather Breeds Disease in Milk Your Doctor! Prominent, physician 3 FSV; "Proper -pasteurizallon if, only safeguard against Impure mlliTand dairy products." rLethbridge MILK and CREAM uihly Pjileurized Bottltd In our Own Protect Your Family Phone 584 'Song, 'Tl] Talce You Home Again -Mrs. R. fifienhouse. Eolo. J. Crawford. H. Drew. "Hooligan's cake orchestra. Comic selection, A. Hamilton The .whole of tbc" artists gave s rsry creditable display and creafe roars of laughter and applause. Trii was followed by a ball and Eupper about 40 couples being present. The promoters of 'his concert, an especially the ladles who provided tli supper, cannot be tco highly praise for their and the FUC achieved. H 13 only hoped that (hi Is a commencenipnt of a series or th concerts. Undoubtedly we are In fo a good time at Beaver Mine? BUSINESS LOCALS REX 670, Albt [a Saddlery, opp. Coaldale Hoiul. 103- The Crown and TatloMn Works take plt-asnre in calling the a fentlOii of Loiribrldge'a beat dresser to ihtir exclusive line of latest fa ncs recently inporled for their ladle trade. We the inspection those whom others hate failed ar? a? pkaaed to she las to sell A call v-IH prove a rnutuiH [TaUoTinB 4IS -ith St. The Mclachrino Egj ptlan Cigarettes can be procured at the Alaxandra hotel cigar stand- crs will be pleased tb.know that the above cigarettes arc being sold at this cigar aland, al special price Of Finest in the City The- new tennis' courts at Centra cliool, whici'are without doubl tbi in tbe.city, vere'opened today nd the teacuers' annual srrins tour ament will sooii he Doing Soiilh by Motor Jack, .manager of Souther eshibition wMch-_i.3 l ti beld haro .the last in-Jun' 'ft aftecnooa by motor ca advertise the fair -in the north !e ivill .visit all' the tt ifacleod brancaea o Is ;trip.. t Jo Build a House Jfls. Gnrr has taken out a permit I iulld a residence on his pro] erty on 12th Si. B. North Lethbridge.1 AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY For the'.week ot.May IS'h we will "give discount of 20TC off ell our Wall Paper. This" and contatoB latest' and ideas'in Tva1lrdecoratlou. The Recess Drug LethbrEdge, clear Edmonton, clear Coronayou, clear Saskatoon, fair Regina, clear...... Nelson, clear...... e, clear Calvary, fair...... Medicine Hat, Yortton, cloudy....... S7 Estevan, cloudy....... SI Winnipeg, clear S4 clear Lloydntiaster, fair Brooks, clear...... Battleford, clear Kinderslcj', clear ..i Snilt Cisn-Gnt, cloudy Port Arthur, cloudy _.. Graud t'orlts, clear Red Deer, clear 71 70 76 SO S2 51 59 71 07 .03 .27 A Summer Concert Arranaeicents are heing made to hold a concert in Wesley church about June 10th, under the auspices of the Ladles' Aid Society. The Excelsolr Choir of Xorth LethbrEdge ulIl sing. Mr. Mitford, musical director of the church, is endeavoring to complete a program the concert one altogether oE male voices. A Slim Docket _ couple of dehillatei drunks the total offering in police court this morning. One and got out. The other Jailed to appear and tost ten dollars ball money. Another offender whose cows look tfco streets for puh He pasturage, was BOiked three S.IK costs." t KODAK Mr. Stslker ,ln City Xcll M. Slalktr, tile Graeay I. sheep rancher. Is in the city loday on business. Bought an Overland T. of the Kel Drus and Book store has I'jl3 Orcrland Iburlug car from Ulcn ister and Virtue. We' have'-'Jiut, rul iulo slock a of Ko- daks and such as solio paper and post cards, paper, Jl. Q. Tank Pow- ders. Kodak acid, Tripods, Flash Ebeets, Graduates, A. B. C. Developing Outfits, Koyal Plates, Kodaks and Cameras, dried carbonate of soda and dried sulphite ot sod.i. Look over-your waots In tola line, anil let us- fill your orders. J. D. Higinbotham The Store TELEPHONE NO. low, clear ya Bran'ilon; fall- -U S7' 55 Karaloops, clear "0 and sr.ittered showers and thunderstorms have occurred, hut gcn- CTfllly the weather has been fine over the prairie jirovluces. .Very warm in mon of Manitoba and Sasliatcliehan, b-Jt cooler in and growing some- what cooler today and on Friday. Saskatchewan and Alberta c' and cooler tway and on Fri-Jay. The Premium Grocery a Money Saver Blue Label Catsup, per bot. 30c. Choice Dairy Butler 2rbs LIbby's Ca'.sup, per bottle ..20c. Choice Creamery Butltr, 2tb 75o Slbs. Bijs c( Salt, 4 (or 25c. New Laid Eggs, per doz.....25c Green Onions, fresh dally, 3 Lyle's Syrup, 4rb tins.....40c. Lily White Syrup, 5lb tlr.s ..35s Rhubarb, 5tt> for .........25 for............. 130 Cirrots, oyi tta. fur We. v.v Parsnips, ft s. for.....lOc. In addition to our Attractive Prices we give coupons representing on every spent. The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, PBOPRISTOH OpposlU TtrrlHf PHONE BM The Living Picture is our idea of a successful portrait. Thi-s means ;i study of Ilio clinraclcr and mood of tlie as of siilienl and the radlilics fyr inlerproling them. If this is your idea of a you v.'LU iipprccialc our work. TISE, i Photographer 9O6 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CITY AND DISTRICT Lethbrltfae Conditions Sxtiifactory K. J. llutchtngs, who holds a control- ling interest in the A Iberia Saddlery ALBERTA CONFERENCE HEARD IT'S PRESIDENT DEAL ISSUES OF THE DAY Medicine Mat, May very aUcndancc at lhe open g of ininistcriiii st-zslon of j Methodist conference tonight, reprc eenlalives from all parts of the pro vlnce being in attendance. The feature of the session was Ih pastoral addrcfa, tJclivercd by th Rev. T. I1. Perry, vho presided. Afte reviewing tlie work ot the jear, the paper impressed upon all church members the necessity in the midst of all the advantages so far as busi- ness "was concerned, not to forget private and family Tsorsnip. This held to be one of the fundcvcnlal things In religion. Reference was made, lo the hundred years of peace between tbe IJritisb Empire and the S., and it hoped that lijis would he continued. The next subject dealt with was the union between tlic Congregationalism Presbyterfans and MothodEsts, which Is attracting much atteotlon at the NEXT MODERATOR OF THE PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY Rev. Dr. Murdock Mackenzie. A striking picture of one of Ihe dls- tlnguished leaders in the Presbyterian' church In CanidJ. He taks a prominent part In the approaching convention. NOTED CONTRACTOR AND INDUS- TRIAL KING SUCCUMBS TO AN OPERATION May John Breckeri- ridge, t'no railuSy [rrlgalion contractor of Ibig and tcrl this morning at the Co. Itimbla hospital, the Immediate cauee or dc.ilh licing pneumonia, Mr. Brcck- cnrldqc look ill just Ellgiitly over two months aso. Ilc is hiirvived by a nidow utiG ono ilaiigiilcr. A brolhcr who lives in Chicago was with Mr. Urctkenrldgo al Ihc Ja.st. i The Agrlcullural Sociely will d'-cd three 'acres of its Fair to the" Depart- iiill JO.OOO grounds at I.i'slowel ment o( armory. Off on a Holiday II. A. McKlllop and K. Mitchell left nftc.rnoon for 'Banff Co.. here, was In Ihc city resterdav on regular lour of inspection. Bus- iness In I.elhbriiiEC, be said, on a par with that in other titles.- He looks for good crops and a loosening of money this fall, and Leltaves bridge will starl the new >ear on a more solid basis than ever. If bus- iness improsefi as be hopes, the com- pany win erect their new business block apriny. Tightness of money prevented them from doing so this year. and per package. 141 ICE! ICE! ICE: Delivered daily to all parts ol the city. (Xorlh Ward inclilded, per month (or 20lbs daily. Pr.occ 1163, Western Trans- fer Co, Ltd. CAPO or THANKS This is to thank the many friends who tendered their klndnces and aym during th6 BlckocsB and death of our brother Hugh Shane, and for the beautiful floral offerings at t funerjO. H.'-3 and Annie Shane. To-Receive Nm Grain Koundatione for the Taylor elevator at Mllh are practically flniahed. All the afon? Hie jranch lines arc unloading the last of the 1312 crop In prepaiatlon for re- ceiving this year's grain. They ex- pect a hutnptr prepar- la accordance. -Eight carloada left the elevator this week. A petition for a farmers' elevator at Milk Rher ban been signed by 150 farmers. The C. P. K. arc doing tons.fderahle biiflnoss over the short branch cxtonds irom Raity, on the Carditon s'ib-dlvision, to WoolfoM, a JH eight mllta lo the southwest.' present lime. The work of the conference tr-cn mentioned. Some of tho griev- ances had -heun overcome, and one had manifested a splendid cord- iality. The address referred to Uic lengthy ptrlod of prOBperity which has visit- ed the province the country. The disposition of the Canadian people pacific and Industiinus, am] It was to he devoutly nnjied that this disposition uoiild con- tinue All day >estcrday trie Blatistical and bllktllng were busy and It is that it will he day or Saturday before lhe concluded. At the close of the uork of these comtnltteo reports will be made to Ihc general conference. With ostrich nice new ef- fect seen in Old London this summer. PRINCE CHAUFFEUR I-or.don, May Prince Wales made a special call on Spencer at Althrop Park yesterday in Ma aulo. lieforo returning the I'rlrx with his chauffeur and look I-Ady Adelaide Spencer, 1-a.ly f.avina Spcrjccr and the lion. Cecil Hptnu-i (or a Lumber Having taken over tlie saw mill at the River Bottom, near the road bridge, we are prepared to offer to the general public Lumber ,at Greatly Re- duced Prices, ranging from to per Including Dimension, Shlplap, and boards So slrtccn feet (n lenglli, also a specially in 12 Inch square' timbers up lo (oily feel in length We also carry posts and a large amount ot and sawdust fcl very low prlfcs. Our lermg are spot caah. Call and teo The Belly River Lumber Co. A. H. KNIOHT, MOB. PHONE 1653 P. 0. BOX 650 -J' ;