Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
I I I FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS .Hotel Windsor Ecu 51.25 a Day Hotel In IDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBR1DSE The Dallas Hotel la the Best and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay I GET HIM ON WE SUPPLY SWATTERS WE SHOW YOU HOW AND PROVIDE THE MEANS C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 3105th Street Phone 761 A CAR LOAD BRAND CANNED GOODS JUST ARRIVED ;m> unloading next ''Owing lo our storage cajm- i-iiy Vim-; nuliiT limitfil; we are to offer lliest- very high-class jjooils at iviuarkahly low prices week or ten tln.vs.' nu- iiouiH-iMiu'tit-j in ihis next _pHONE_I THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- 'fectioneiy. Wholesale and ReUil -----PHONES------ Ocpt, iM Wholesale Oept. 1S71. Ice! Ice! Ice! DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL PARTS OF THE ciiTY Tfce Is only J3.QQ per month for "Olbs daily, and >oa.ivill BSTE that amcaut iaaay times over during each month EGOiicsr season." ORDER THE ADVANTAGE'S'OF PHONE 1163 LETHBRIDG6. Lumber Having, taken .over the saw mill. aDthe: RiveiU. Bottom, near the road bridge, we are. .prepared to offer to the general public Lumber at Greatly Re- duced ranging from to per Thousand, Sncludbg Dimension; Shiplap, and boards up to feet in knglb. Epeclaltjr in 12 Inch siiuare timbers up ;o _forty Tcct in length. We also carrj- posts and a la'rg'a amount of jsooil and savduit at very low v Our terms ara spot cash. Csll and joe us. The Belly River Lumber Co. A, K. KNIGHT, MGR. PHONE 1553 P. 0. BOX 650 NYAL'S FACE CREAM the rery best that's mide, Uss it and ywr irr.iriciUlriy the.rosy real lialth.1 Tils ii rzeam itr.it tKarolj- the' pores a-vl Itivti ihe sboot.S and wft aj Then loa.NjaJ'tFace Crwm (ivjUriOtcit.i: hatr to grow en the Contair.IrE it ii ar.iiseplic ihoroly clear.tj iht The odor of Heal crean Is decidedly Jt is ii onumtnta! Jan for twenty foe Comrntr.ce uilrvz Nyal'a Face CITY AND DISTRICT Off to Grtat Fall, J- 0. Jones, accompanied by Inter- national Hoard >Tcraofr Hees of Fcr- nle went south thig.momins to Great Falls to attend the big miners- con- tention In the Sloatani city Jiest ntek. tupcnor cream at our note. Better tafce a jar home (a-night. THE CREAM ALLIX The Next Store lallas Hold Board of TraJe Lur.chton In order lo stimulate more Interest in the Board cfTr.ule, the tstcuth-e Is considering reviving the lunchcon schtme. Commlesioner Tra- cy will he invited to attend future meetings of the Ijoard Kicked by Horse i An error crept into Iho account In jj-taterdajs Issue ol Mr. William Vt'stfs nccWp.il. Mr. Wntt not thrown out of a fig, but leading a horse which letame aiirt Hcictl, suikir.c Mr. Watt in the face. I Burial of Little Baby I tbe Infant ,f, anil j Mrs II. p. of New dlcii on was burled In line Uonun Cittiolh cemolcrr ycater- jJa) allernoon Mr. and Mrs C I, Alklnj atd Mr. I. Mahood of N'ew Day. ton alttr.dtl the (untral. Is eiltndei) to Mr. and Mrj Atkins. Mr. Hughion to Rev. J. K. .Hughton, of EJtnoaton, one eif the atlcel pulpH men in West crn Canada, lilt prc-ach at both aer In Knox church tomorrow, Mr Hushson leaves Hia jear to Become pastor of Grace Methodis' church, WJnnlppg. He formerli a faster here- and has scores frtends'In the clly. WEAIHKR .10 thbtiiUe, rlwr S3 ponton, fa-r -11 f.iir SO 01 uir 5S Nelson................. SI 45 Calgary, clear.......... SO W -Meiliciue UM, fair SS 4S ose Jaw, S5 lirar.don, S3 5'3 Port Arthur, cloudy..... 74 4J Orasd ForLs SI 45 Iltd Dwr. c'oufJr 72 43 clcjr........... SI 41 Prince Albert, fair...... SO -SS Fine "and quite tvarm has beta general the prairie there have been rnly a tew liafat scattered showers. FOKECAST ManltoM-Scatteretl _ thunJerstoinjs tctiai, but ger.etaHy i fine ar.ri SuiiTay fir.c with al little loiter teujperalurr- Aibeita, and Saskatchewan today and oa Sunday stationary or a little temperature. AN-OPPORTUNITY TO BUY CITY AATD DISTRICT Back from Banff S, B. MitcheJl, C. P. R. ticket agent, returned from Calgary and Baofl this mornfag. Jo Water the Park he _fire brigade will be out to v-aler Uie GaU Gardens at sk this evetiiug. Ntiv Telephorte Directory Tne new cily telephone directory Is ready for distribution. is.printed in larger than prerious issues and is In every way a distinct im- provement arsam For tho of May ISth we ulll give ot off alt our Wall Paper. This IB all new stock and contains the latest desism sud ideas inj-J-all decoration. Cross Drug 'J' JJhona aW Third XvV Demand telhbndgc Butter Alany-improvenieiits are being add- ed to tne creamer> vrhich is now_one of Ite iuoat up-to-date in: tbe province. The basement is being given over entirely to cold storage. ilr. Mitchell, formerly butter maker in the Creameries in Mince- apolis, is supenntcndeot in charge ol the. Soraei days ago the com- pany received an offer from one ilepalfl" liouse tq tafce ibeir whole year's oulpu't.' Lelhb'ridge butter is in (Jeraand in the retail stores, rnaoy sen-ires; deraandiag, the .product, crtam is being shipped week'. Celebrate Chl'dMtr's ,Osy Christtarr Sunday SthooV- wiii celebrate Children's Diy on (hs even- ing of Sunday, June 1, at the Caic- doaian Hall, 718 Seventh street South. A special programme has ocen prepared, the chief 'feature 'of which be the. lift history of- G. W. the first missionary ient out by this body to India. The bis- tory of his life win bo recited by a number of children in song and story, and at the close the programme his photograph will be unveiled to the audience. A rather unique feature ol the oc- cacion is the offer which, the Foretgtr Christian Missionary Society'fit Cin- cinnati, Ohio, has made to each child who contributes one dollar to this lucd, it being the gilt of a small Af- rican coin, .such as is used by I-eople of Central Africa. The Sunday School fias planned to make their offering on this occasion 115.00, atl cf_ which will he used on' Ihe foreign field. Al! are invited to rreccut and enjoy the ptogrammc which has betn prepared. BUSINESS LOCALS The ".Marle-in-Cararla" U'13 Ctliibl- tlon Train, of the le.iding Canadian manufacturers uill on display Jn June 3rd with a car oJ Hifl leadinj pianos of Canada. The Maaon Iliseh valuable pouveiiirs can be had by the al our tooms. 404 5th St. S. 114-3 HEX Alllcr- ta Saddlery. OJJP- 103-0 The Cro-.vn Cleininif and Tailoring Works ta'xc pleasure in callfng tJie at- tention ol beat dressers, Lo their exclusive line or latest fab- rics recently Imported for ttiulr ladles' tiadc. rolicit the Inspection 01 tbOAe whom others t.avn failed lo We are as pleased lo show aR lo sell. A call a m-ihial advautase. The Crown Cleaning and Tailoring Works. 418 5th HI. The famous Mctaclirlno Egyptian wigartucs can now'bo procured al tho Alexandra hotel cigar stand. Smok- ers fill! bo pleased to know Inat tho above cigarettes being fold at this cigar f lar.d. at ttic special price of J3c, 25c ar.d 3oc package. Hl-6 ICE! ICK'. ICE! dally to all pans of the clly, (Nortli Ward Includcu, 13.00 per montti for daily. Phone Western Ttans- Co Ud, n-> Pamlly Dispensing ChemisU BucEUp! KBXALJv, jCELERY, AX I H QX '.TONIC. for that J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd; City Out; Drohomechy Jn The city fa ar.oiher J30 on the license qiiestiotir Joho" Drobomecby of 6 GaUsli street, paid a pool room license of vil- lage before the city took r6ver the town, and the'license wag declared for one Mr. Drohomcchy flan brought up in police court this morn- ing, charged Vrllb" operating a pcol room in of Lelhtrrfdge with- out a license. But the lictuae issued by (ho village of. Kliflordulle produced ar.d the held that It valid tor one year. Drolioriierfiy paid only the license and it covered the operating of l-.vo The clly charge's (20 for the first tahle anil Up Tor additional table, FO Ihe cily Is out ISO and Dro- homechy Si iu Icn'. program has been prepared. Got What They Wanted A copy of the plans of ito shoeing the grades, bas bcea received by Mayor llardle. As asked bv the council, tlie grades on cUher sltlo for vehicular traffic are three per cent. Week-Ending al Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ives arc fpend- g Ihe neek end at Mr. IVCB' ranch Pincber llr, IVBB awns liat Is as the "Old Hanch" I litre. Goes on Stage V. R.. Brown, who has been fn Iha citj- for several leaves In a few days to Join the "Passers By" company which played at the. Majestic tfaIs week. 11 r. Brown' will under- studylhe leading man. j Tax Tuesday clt> council will meet ou Mon- day utcmocn for routiue buatness. The subtvay plan nill come before ih'e laettlng for its final adoption. Hardte is particularly pleased with ii, Jcdog it lo It? the bpsl subway in Western Canada. On Trtsday the co'irt of revision on the assessmonl meet.- The major expects the rate to be struck on. that day. Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH U35 CITY AND DISTRICT Plnchcr Tossc-p J, W. Dapper, baseball pitcber, Piccher is registered at 'the Alexandra. Sunday Band Concert The baud give concert IB Gale Gardens lomorro-v evening at S-30, weather An Lombard Couldn't Appear A formal ciargc of attempted mur- der was plaped agatost J. Otefta, tbe who attaokfd Tony Lioiuliard with a knife at Hardietiile on Wed- nesday, severely injuring htm. He ttQs up before Inspector West at tbe barracks yesterday, and ''eras remand- for a preliminary hearing when Lombard !s able to appear against New Towns on Market Announcement is ma'ilo 1y. the C. P. R. department ot N'atural llesour- ccs that, a Bale qt lots jti tbe towns of Judgon. Wrenthara and Con- rad "on Ihe -LethbridgcAVfiyburn Uns east of SUrling will be hdd In the office of IL Xelson, Slirllng, on June 1L Skiff, .ihe to-cn at' the (or- mlnns of the first 25 mi'er, uiH not go on the market Tor tome iline. Was Rancber Now Mixed Fartntr Arthur Keslcr of New Dayton, an old time cattle rancher, spent fast evening in tbe city looking after his Interests hire. Mr. Kesler bas beon oa tbe old ranch on Kipp Coulee for twelve seais, and is now an up-to- date inixed farmer, Among numerous otber things he raises the fintst small fruits in (he soath, and has a potable garden that would rank with any in Colilor- nia. Monarch Theatre Tho management, of (he Monarch tojifgbt are showing a line of pic lures that cannot be beat in the "Tlje and "The that Had to Pay" ar? tbe very beat in rirama, Mrhile tbe comedy end is more ihan malntaloed by the tvro great com-' ctllcs "Tbe Hoob's Inhtrilance" and "That Ttrrlble Kor riftsday another grcat Bison 101 feature will tie prcatnied, "A Frontier 'Mystery." U> atupenilouB rceli. Everyone should mako It a point lo sec tbis grtat feature. It A-IJ] he worih rhtle. Inquisitive and InterctUd Kditor kindly find a prominent space In jour able ami p iljllration, the IjoralO, tor the following. On May 13 }lfr. Nkht-Us, C. P. rl. frriyiit agr-nt, safi] at the Hoard of Trade mc-etine, per >our ref'Orl, Follows: bridge [3 n tiifilributirg centre for Southrrti Alhcrta." f (Iranted) be: "I am pulling In a for extra as we arc unable (o cope wJlh the amount of work coming through." Row. Sir, read what "WlHIft" learned nifhc On May 15, 1C pnd J7 men Kild off ontl! tho bat night, May (wclvfi men were lalil off until Mon- day, Juno 2. I and other reader? ol your paper would like to know where tbe work he. Is unable lo cope tfHb, perhaps Mr. NEcfcelU win sat- isfy Wttlfo. LotnorJdge Ti-ants the [ruth, aad (hey want (he men oi lo Iclt tho Irtith. "Thanking >oj, Sir, for your and Willie, The Premium j Blue Label Catsup, per Llbby's Catsup, ter 3tbs. Bags of Salt. 4 for Uyle's Syrup, 4tb tins tlly White Sib (Ins Khubarb, foi.......... In addltlcn to cur 51.00 on.T; Choice Dairy Butter 2tbs Choice Creamery Butttr, 216 75o New Laid Eggs, per doz. ...25o L Green Onions, fresh daily, 3 bundles for............. 10a Carrots, tbs. for...... iCc. I Parsntps, for lOc. is give coupons representing spent Grocery The Store Different Week-EnjSpecials When you aim here and save the come d'eirence in jirics B. C. Sugar, 20tb Sack Potatoes (whjte) per 100tbs 75c Rhubarb, just In, 7T6s for par tl> 20c. Butter, 2 Itjl. Home-grown lettuce, per Tfa Green Onions, (large bunch) 10c Auplrallan Onions, 25c, Rolled Oats, 8tt> sack JOc, Corn pkts 25c. Shredded Wheat, 2 for 25c. Puffed Rice, 2 far "25c. Puffed Wheat, 2 for per llri 15c. tin ?akHtwder, 16 oz. tin 25c, 35c, 45c, 60c. and Raspberry Jam, Quaker Oats, Earge pkt, ea< 25c. Posl'Toasties .per pkt. A few boxes of Apples, ca. 511, tin 35C. 10ID tin 65c. per bot. 25c. PHONE 16S7 Central Cash Gi A. E. IPNNEAR, Orders Called for and 1; SL South npi T 1 he Living is our idc.i of a successful means study of tlio cliaractci' of the well as of snlicnj and the facilities for interpreting If tliis is your idea of ii porlivi pur, work.1 eture This 1 mood em. nil I 906 THIRD AVENUE N'ct: York, May (cct from an aeroplane yesterday Ar- tniir Lainpiiam, a jouthful par ffr, lanfcd [cct first in a Staler) fsland ar.d was buried to Ms r.eck in llic mud. With ropes ar.d hoards he exlricitcrf. At a hns- iiital he found (o be su iroin shock. I.ainphaiii Tvas taken up by Harry li. an aviator, v.as lo liavc made a yOO loot Mis parachute tailed to work he rnadc hia kap. THE MANUFACTURERS' TRAIN Moose .law. May Jo visltc-i the Mailc-in Canada train, ieji Ffft.'lt IJie day here, having for the west late thb cvonlng t J 'v 1 k Pjjpiferapher Rylaids Co. Sp in Port The C-.MdlanJ'adllc' S3. Lako ManUolia dockcflat Quebec Jfaj- 23. arrA V rceulnr train nlsbt, nnd ttilirt sptclal iralji SJufdax right. Loth. AMATEUR PHOTOGR I'UMS nEVELOt'KD......... ftl. HoH upward, POST ,4 Your Work Will Have Prompt YOUH W Allison MKMORAL JH-OCK Successor to Milne.