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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f FKEC BUS TO ALL TRAINS 'Hotel. Windsor a Day Hots! in i Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRSO3E Thu Dallas Hotel the Best and Most Convex lent Place to K.: I1 tf Primus Oil Stoves Absolutely.safe; most economical; best in appearance j- satisfaction in results; takes less room. Let us show you these Stoves, C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money f.-O 5lh Stret! v fhcm 761 I CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE -1 tf vrAzm AT IUUK unn rwu" IN THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE, THIS FARM HAS BEEN PLACED ON-THE MARKET AT ABOUT 50vc LESS THAN IT IS WORTH. Apply to X. ALBERTA LOAN INVESTMENT CO. V 41S.FIFTH STREET SOUTH Money! Money! Money! Mr. Merchant: Is Business Quiet? Is Money Srarcc? Are you overstocked in some lines of merchandise? I have five years ot successful newspaper advertising itiid merchandise selling in Canada, and the. United .Stales. Stocks Handled on Commission All Correspondence Strictly Confidential The Gotirlre Sales Agency 0. Box 1800 Irfthbridge, Alberta The Last of this Season of Hyslop Crab Concord A shipment of C'.rali Apples just-iu. (iruprs arc to arrive lomorrow morning. The Crab Applos are tlie Hyslop's, a dark: retl color, i'i'tr.i iiuo for jelly Till up in IViu'h IHIXCS, prici- [ier Pul up' in' Apple Cases, price OR plies now ;uul 'lll sell tor 5350 cash. Aiiply -lla'spn fe Limited, Lclhbrldgp. 25C-0 Miss Marguerite Matthews Ihe nijou" tonight' 'A' sp'iindld' ao'p- jlano that will pleats you. Malting Executive I'. II. Ttlcc, president of the Rice Malting company, of Winnipeg, arriv- ed In the city yesterday. Off to the Border Nell 51. Slalkcr, the Grassy Lake Bheeji man, went south this mornlg (o Inspect a large bunch of sheep at the border. Steamship Arrivals The Canadian Northern ft. M. S. "Royal Oeorge" Is reported at the C. I'. II. ofScS here as due at Quebec on Saturday and at Montreal on Sun- day. Western, passengers are dilo here on Thursday morning at 3.50. ThoAviilte Star Dominion H. M. Teutonic docked it Quebec Saturday morning and at Montreal Saturday night. Possessors, are due here on Thursday, j Gbod Crops in South .Jnd Fpley. the New.Dayton boxer spent the. week-end In the .city-. Jnd Is bU5lng grain tor the Alberta Paci- fic-and has practically forsakel the ritig. He' stales that the zialri In the -Vew, Dayton district Is far Move the average this year. There Ic. little complaint In regard to a car shortage. .'Seed Brain for Halltd Out Farmers Jladeod Spectator: The represen- tations'made to Hon. Dr. Roche, Min- ister of Agriculture, by thfe deputation waited upon him during the minister's recent visit to Calgary have evldt-ntly 'borne, fruit it will be rc- membWeJ that Dr. lioche Intimated. Dial while direct financial assistance was riot feasible, It 'waa probable that tile government would sec i clear'.to furnish tho liailed-out farmers with seed grnln. I'Qrsuant to that promise or rather Intimation, an official from the depart ment of aerlculture recently visited the affected district and collected In formation that It would be. necessary for the department lo hava before such assistance were granted. Tho official In question catne Into the district-, without any nourish of trumpets, and departed in the satnc unostentatious manner- It Is expect cd, however, that his visit will practical results. BORN To .Mr. and Mrs. K. Alta. t'rldiy Otloljfr 10, a HOD, HOMEGROWN WHEAT HOME MILLED WHEAT tiOME LABOUR Do above suggi-stiojis appeal to you when buying J'loiu'f Qualify nml I'ria! appeal to you in making n selection of 1'liuu' you arc buying? 'It' so. insist on usiuf ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years Snwcssfiil Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AflD ELEVATOR CO. 1393 PH.orie Us or and Our i .JRcjircsc.nhiHvc will call and measure y .windows- and give you estimate of cost for including hanging. f 0 ;DO IT NOW! f Central Lumber Co. Ltd. City Office: Royal Bank Building Phone 1393 LETHBRIDGE, Letbridge Ys.-d: 1407 3rd AVE. E. Phone 1492 AFTERNOON TEA Every afternoon from 3 to 6. Something Different Every Day Hot Drinks at All Hours. At KILLIEN'S 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge A FINE HOME Containing" elglit rooms, fully modern, cement basement, fire- place; situated on two lots, 13th St. If you want aitrsl-c1a63 bouse "cheap, Investigate this.' v- Price: THE CASCADEN LAND Go. McDQflALp BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE AND DISTKICT Deaths at Macltod Several (featha occurreil at .Mactepd last .week, ..including. John Bremner, aged 81, a resident lliere since and a (ormcr. realdent of Ontario; Geo. who'came to 'Macleod with the Mounted Pollco In I87C, and In later ycarft conducted the Depot Hotel, land Mrs. 0. Tanner and Farmer Is up Against Taber "SVlien a man brings a load of-tho world's rood Into market can't !t, IK somelh wrong was thc'commtnt rnVtlc" by .'L. A. Frepburgcr, ot Iml Lake, last week, when ho hauled a load of wheat 3D Into Taber, only to have. It refused by llio Two of the clevalora wtrc full, and the tnanager of, the othtr claimed the farmer's wheat was smul- ijr. Kiceburser had previously told iivo loads q( his wheat here, getting grade 2. lie ha'i a yield of 41 htieheU an acre acres of his cror of wheat, but the fcsl of It averaged low. 't farmers 'from the (jorth hauled in whe'at bat week only to find ,tliatf the elevators were full, pnd that.there were no cara avjxnablc. They hail to "Jlsposo of It In Dins town. Masonic Meeting Thursday Xoliccs have bctii calling a communication oi Jxiljibridgo for Thurs- day ovciitng next it eight o'clocV. H.W. Bro. II.. D..H. SlewaTt, D.D.CJ.M. Masonic District Mo. 2, will pay an of- ficial visit to thp lorlgc, when the Hrat Degree will, be conferred. Visiting brethren .are, assured a hearty wel- come.1. v Blilrmore Brewing Co. Officers At a mcelfng of llio shareholders of the Blalrrnoro Brewing and Malting Co., hold at llliiirrnore, tho following dlrcctora were tkctna': W. H. noble, i'lnchcr Creek; Macleod; II. 11.' p.. M. Col- lins, I'lncher Cttvki'J'. Oranum; C. Krr.cf, Dlalrmorcj'.f.'olln Maclcod. Mncleod. Manufacfur'lns oncr.-'tions will be To Move to New On November 1, Armstrong Kr.- worth1 Bros, will rcriiove to tho eland recently occupied by thO'Hank of To- ronto, ID the Alberta lllocto. Tho gtoro la being remodelled and refuted. A handsome now (root will olio Installed. CARD OK THANKS H. Corenblnm, Coalliurst, wishes to express sincere thanks to Mr. .1. Klesl, Coulhurst, for allowing h'm a holiday on Saturday, Oclol-er II, 1013, a Jewish Holiday, TO-NIGHT Miss Marguerite Matthews '.High Clam In "BECAUSE I LOVE DEAR" ;