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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE.LETlIBRinGEJDAILY HERALD Week-End Specials m FURNITURE That Will Interest You For the ining Room A COMPLETE SUITE OF QUARTER CUT OAK DM, ING ROOM GOLDEN FINISH, c'oNSIST- ING OF SELECTED: QUARTERED OAK EXTENSION For'iy-elght Inch lop. (ive ohuped less, extends to tlsht reel. to- .Regular...! SELECTED -QUARTERED OAK Top 22 I 49 Inches otal mirror, 10 I 32 Inches; one drawer, Ottl'o velret lined, Art Glass doors, regular p" 5 QUARTERED OAK DINING Full sent" npSdlEtef. cd In N'o. J, leather and I arm chair to match. 1 QUARTERED OAK CHINA Four shelves, 'cut led -slate' nslrror, Hut 5 ruction. Si'lQ ftfl Regular -TVM.W Regular totnl" V; Safe; priceHcasli) See Our Window For Display :t: x TV I 'U AVe 'db an. Installment Buslnwc. Our system is the :aaiae as -used- In tie btg centres of the east" 'arid MB 'so' that you .wIH bo able tb-furnteh that entire "hpjne .with-: .out .'iDcouveaisncing yourself or cmbaraislng your pocket book. Suppose yo udrop.in when iu nMd of furniture and tet.us show you. .j -.LE.TH BRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS'. 1709 (THfRB'AyENUE SOUTH :'PHONE625" .etlibiiclge a Metropolis Was Theme of Address t6 the Civic Club is, a Natural .Metropo- lis llie sublet ol a brilliant and clever address by Comims: arc agreed (bat tie three pro- vinces are going to supply all their fruit. At preseut we re- rpive 400 cart ol (mil a week team tl.e States thrown Kinjsjate and; Coutts. The minister of agriculture! recently remarked in Ottawa, 'Not one person in tea Iu the' prairie pro- vinces ever tasted fresh fruit. There is a.great opening to make a fruH market through I.ethbrlJge for the SfcAJ'OIUS have an Impcrtaut signer Traty iielcre the Women's Civ1- Club yrsurday afternoon. Tracy said in part, "01 all the! have an Impcrtaut position proofs 'ue hue that the world islwitlj' reeard to tr.e seaports, so'im- ro'utid tlje must foruua-ing is .tjiat -ajportanl to relation to the rest of the traveller can le.ivo any point.; and'-world.1 We have the seaport o! Van- travel around the world. II I via Calgary and Kicking lo try and per-juade you all .Pass, And a line is now con- that I.cthbriJge is a natural metrop-j tecrplated through the Crows Nest, olis, I venture to say I woutdf wlnth.will shorten.llie route .a great but, as we travel rour.U o'Jr city and j 300 fniles.11 assemble all the proofs, we will.alt are flic eastern ports on" agree that it is a natural, a develop- ing, an.assi'ied Metropolis.'1 You reiiiemter the gardiug the wonderful ulj" of Jem-, salem to go rouud about, mark bulwarks, tic. recall how the. Qiieen ol Sheelia on her return .from a visit to King Jn-- terviewed.by reporters, said 'the half had not been told.1 We want U> get ing-.westward. There will te our women of l.etMjriilge fo regard dcrtul'quickening of commerci this eiiy in mueh the same manner: !wardr--when .the II there was 'anything LakeV and the northern port JJu-Json's, liay. I saw a mav "recently showing a projected line from, Hudson's [lay through Regina itrafght to l.ethbrldge." vVthfi. same whith made Win- nipeg-grca.t looking eastward will with (he vast area of-thcj prairie provinces, great look- a won- :c isesl- inatna Canal is the first of the year, a shelter route via the vduch the oi Sheha noticed, i We .will have a shorter route vii she either forgot il or lost it VapcQUvcr to the markets of thi turning home. That is what we wan{ RESOliHL'KS here. "We get different Impressions 'Vnd nESOTJRCKS have a great asset in the view pojnts as we travel around our Jmonntains, less than HJli miles away, city- It- is unfair to 'to'- We; shoujd beeoinc a metropolis lite others and to our city to" Pittsburg." our conclusion until we grass is superior, to sidereJ "everything and can strike--a. any prairie grass in the world .for fair average." richness'and nufrtlion, and It 1 BTH13H1DGI-1 HO acclimatenl that it con- nutrition, so th'al sheep ir aVe'wndcr cultifa cd. in I.etnlirldgc-in one or more ol jihc culture ol my for.Us Inianufaelures, t-tc. WD may "not-- fa interested in ztt these points, L'utwB arc all tr.tcresled in iliavc a good" -water sup; ithougifi a .perfected water systern. AVatcr is p'jre and-fresh with cleViing 'up at lloodJns .or A o GEO. KERR CO. High Class Grocers, Provision Merchants, Teas and Coffee v FRUITS Blue Plums, per Cranberries, for PRESERVING jf tl.e seuson, per aisc APPLES Hliisli. pel' box........', 'S2.JO per. liox...........> 3V2 per case.........-. case............. Oranges! per'clozen Lemons, per dozen ONTARIO CONCORD GRAPES The last of the season Tokay...Grapes, per per fl) PUKE J A3! pails. Regular. 95c. This >veck' each VKOKTAULKS Letlucc, Hi Celery, B. lb- Toinaloei, per .basket each. aill tbs Sweet Potatoes, i lU'd' Peppers, per Hi i i. I Crmi Peppers', per tt> ,-Cqrn Slurcbi 3 pkgs. for ClarkVPork and Beans, 3 for.-. Waijslaffe's Old linglish Pnrel Lemon- Swift's Silver Leaf Lanl, 5tb pail iOli. Vil .v- Pure Ontario, 'fjlnss NEW SEASON'S PEEL Orange, Lemon nnd Citron, lb. i Lihby's Sliced Peaches, each Libby's Fancy Pears, eacli Libby's Royal Ann Cherries, cu. i Extra fancy brand, Peaches and Rasp- r berries each Enos Fi-iiit Salts, reg. tins week Toilet Paper, special 5 for j Phones 1502 and 1453; 313 5th St., S. Prompt: Delivery .Ocrtj i.-rCpuncillor ;Peter Jlammor Ing-from accora- linnled'bact by'Mr. King, a prominent hotel1 man ol who IIHB a1 b'.islnesfe 'fleal of B. W-right, H; Judson, and p. four geese on Thoa'. Jtidson apfi family, from GDTth bl toVn. .biyfl.'mpTjd into ibc house B. Tvngi ticers j t ell th G i .b'cst the world right Mr. Tracv made his .Thcre'is less'moisture, and Xt clear by usiug a map of tha flit largest coal oprritions.vest ion ol Canada, lie said: "I.cttondge n-f Ijcr._entrance ctensest agricultural pop- fcJlous, thq MaBpn'a Jr.qm Cousin's relate up with the rest ol the-world: pied by the proved to to Koulli, west and cast.'t we are -small, swrcely we must stand together. There- is no in- terest Is cot injured by laci of sympathy from-, all other interests. Lethhrjdje 'must- conserve every, energy here all tlie, tinic. in ob- taining and-keepirjs.'tlie supremacy'.of (his western A heatty vote- of tlianVs was moved to Mr. Tracy at the conclusion oi Iiis he very ulation of ithejwcsjtrn provinces." developed gas, ..._ _ .3 great in the.reduction is the magnificent highway oi the-cost of living, considering the. 'd and through Kirigsgate" tq'Portlan'dJ-bie-l.qualitr o! the pis supplier Igon, Irom'Lethbridge as thfe permanency.1'- olis. The second gateway great clay deposits..YVe Coults'to the sotithi which w'ill- Vc "hive .a splendid climate, evcn niore important abindarice; (2) the important tariff reduction :to .the'' is! the breath of lite from the moun- United States and "only lhe'--tnodirieil and improves whole climatic barrier against other things. We- al- rcoriditiilns, anif altitude, which readj- havc-direct' servireiphrslcians saj- is tiftsirable.for large 'K.illst i.'Ko'ppereenlage.of. pfopie "anil.with little ess Now on Cash Basis NOTE THE PRICES Sirlofn Rib Runp Roth TiiJt nib' of-Mutton Loin Vtut'tort Rio 'Roast Glutton1 Multon. Stpw Mutton ivfiln Chops Whale fillet End....., .Knuckje.. End.... Sbeiildtr .rjjjkj ForV Hind 4uatlerg phlcke Hliil B. Lcrlfiv, tit (Jut SlKwider, ifti Stew.Veal Two tminster .Phone 109S 13th St.'N. FUR FARM nT OARDSTON. Cartetou, Ocf., Too Globe lave: On ntsht't Iratu, a maa >n'd sons, in from the norfti i shipment or Sil- nurqlrtrlas thirteen and rausinj frim They 'erecteii i timponry liuHd- ng about t iip the It their Intention fa these ani- mals for the market. HERE RUSSIA. _ Ottawa, Ocl, .president, erf the United States Js endeavo'rias to have Canada coroperate, iWilh1, tiie American goventuient ID an Intjufrj' into .the htgh cost of living. Prealdent Wilson has outlined a policy of investigation and 18 already Uklng acHve steps to carry il put im- mediately. It is Independent and bo different la scope, method and gen- eral character from any Inquiry-into problem heretofore'" announced. The Dominion government, during the last year has given much thought Lo the high cost of living, and, "it i anderslood, it is quite prepared to.co- operate with the United SUtes li an effort to get'at and remove pri- mary cause. ........_. .Correspondence has rassed helween the twn Today Roy MeJgher. commisstoner of t is tics in bureau, ton, ia in Ottawa, er.ileavoring preliminary step .toward the co-opera- tlon of tho two countries, to Eolve the cost of living lo have.ihe two governments .co-operate In jev Urig labor and economic DROPPED ON WAY TO ATTEND Virden, Man.. Oct., rindiay J.'C. McLeod, a retired minister of the Presbyterian chirrcb, dropped dead of heart failure outtlde the door of 'the Prebyterian church here tils morn- while on the way to attend the marriage-cermony of S. Doids and Roy-Boyce. A pkUirf of Princess OrforY from "the fie raff portrait.' She M'd to be a rtrnarkably clever woman and by the her hai made C TFPFI 1 I.4XLiJr Ja.jX.lj O v, The Samtajtfy Grocery; PHOISE 515 PHONE 515 FRElH' Orapes, Concord, pet birtet tc. per'lb 'IH'i' for Kt, Pickling OritmH, btf R> lie KenftfceO'ewtre, ,.20c. Citrons, pe_r. Ib.. Ic. SvW for 2H. Potilon. 11.00 CANNED Tomatoes, Uni V.-ISo Tomatoei, 31% (Ins 2 (or Com 2 Peu 2 2lc. French French Feu, eitn JOc. LARD, MEATS AND Cookea rtk'.d per Ib Bonclesi Ham, Swift's Ba'con, Swlft'l All mcatt-itleed .hj-.mncli SwKt'i' (Kvtr Sib oft> pills Butter, fvt ft Butter, cooVInf, tb 27c. .35c. 55e. 90c. tec. PICKLIt CrMs A. BJackwaH't, per boitle Walnut Onloni 4fc. Red We. Lemon i, (ilckted. Ife, pickled HelntiX KicJurd, Indlin Relish tit. FIH jtf' Sour Mined Sweet Oeiorn FWitiminn'. 3PSCIA1.S Van Fork and Beans, Rtf. 25c, per tin........200 Catsup, recular 3io. pe: sotlle 19c.. Halffna, or-. pkt.r Regal cakM) .reg- ular IDC per Imported Cheese, In tins. Stilton, per tin ........i Camcmtjfrl, tin fiotiuefort, per tin 4lt, FRUIT.JARS rfnti, per" doua Me. Quarti, per doten....... Half gallons, per. Perfect tot fiJt Inls, per toi. He: SUNMItS Scrub Briufaea ,2tc. Me. iic. Try.lt. -We tie. Try It. 2 ia 1 and Nugget lot OKt Edge, per belli Xlectro Silicon 2 for tit. Veneer 15c Powiered Ammonia ttt. ipeclfil grMn4, Coffee, good blend, ground Me. Coffee, gro-jnd ttt. Or.Thrw for Domtnkm Block PKONE 515 Opp. Court 4th S. ;