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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f .met BUS TO AtL TRAINS Hotel Windsor IMS a Day Hotel la Alberts LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LBTHBR1D3B The Dallas Hotel It tho Beit >nd Molt lent Place, to SUy 1 HEATERS You are invited to see our lines of Heaters. We have a good assort- ment and you cannot get better values anywhere else. C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That You Money" Elh Strett Phertt 781 V CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE V A AT YOUR OWN PRICE A IN THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE; 'THIS PLACED ON THE MARKET AT ABOUT EOS WORTH. FARM HAS SEEN LESS THAN IT IS Apply to' V ALBERTA LOAN INVESTMENT CO. 416 FIFTH STREET SOUTH I The Lethbridge OPEN FOR DANCES FOR THE COMING SEASON. PERSO.VXEb OK ORCHESTRA Vlollnltt, J. B. Gaskcll, tetter. Hanlst, R. Cornat, R. Vin Drums, S. L. Chap- Latest popular music. Any number of pieces supplied. pafUcuiars Telephone 1557 or I1. O. Bot !S4. Lithhrldge. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. McMillan's Funeral Rev.1 A. C. Bryan officiated at the funeral ol the late Andrew McMillan yesterday afternoon and not Rev. Canon McMUIen as Inadvertently stated. The funeral was.very largely attended, and was a marked tribute to the respect In which the young man held. CONCORD GRAPES fiooil foi: caiiiiiiis', proserviiig. jelly and other purposes. The car that lias nisi arrived will be Hit- last cur lo arrive in Lellibriilge this year. Buy now if you wiiut tiny. I'rice per SP1TZENBURG APPLES liuve jusl received u shipiucnt of very 'flud SjuUenberg Apples, grown in Wash iugtun. These upplcs will lie bcltor for. eating if kept a-litlle while, for1 they nrc an exlro gooil winter Jijiple. Price per Grctsry Ut Wholesale 1171. THE GOOD COMPANY High Fruit ami COB- feetionery. Wboleule and Retail Dtft. WEATHER 49 IS 38 20 K IS 42 23 JS 13 36 34 S6 31 I.elhbridge. clear clear.... f. Calvary, fair Mtdicine Haf, Prince Albeit, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy....... Swift Curjcnt, 3S 20 Moose cloudy 41 31 Reglna, fair 32 15 Brandon, clear............. 45 1 Winnipeg, clcjr 30 26. Port clear'...... Kamloops, ratuibg Xrlsbn'................... Prnticton .10 Grand Forks 55'38 IS 33 55 31 5i 31, 48 30 The. Herald .Wants .Regular, Correspon- Raymond; "Coleman, and Grassy "Lake Write News Editor From Holiday A. Mitchell, ior two superin- tendent of parks for this city, arrived n the city yesterday on a short visit, having just; returned from a- four iponlhs1 trip to the OH Laud. Mr. Mitchell has been enjoying a six months' leave of .absence granted .him by the recuperate his health, which was uol. good when he left Fair and cool weather has prevail- ed throughout the prairie provinces; There has been heavy irost during the nisht at most places. FORECAST Western Provinces Kair with a 'litll! higher ture today 'and Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT .Lethbridge. Day for Court did-jng three mnes 'edist of Milk River. ,_ aB.. V-4 not ait this forenoon, bat resumed tbls afternoon. ,CASH !F YOU HAVE CREDIT" tF YOU NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters Dtmlnitm Building Sixth LethbrWjt SU S. LOOK AT OUR GARDEN TRACTS We have a few 10 and 29 .-.ore Irrigated Tracts, one rails from a echool houee, and four nllM from Galbralth school, that we'can. sell for (110 rcr acre, on ttrmi of cash, balance per month Harry anOee" us before TO'RENT J District Court Steamship Arrivals .The Canadian Pacific !s.s. Montnal docXed at Quebec Paso girs arrive In .Winnipeg on Thursday and In Lethbridse on.Saturday. "v" NctE This- -There will ie a very iciportan.t.busi- ness meeting tha. Fifth avenue the close.ol the reg- ular 'prayer service1 AVedbesflay. Tie prayer, meellng -wiU be-.brlef, 50 to slart the tustoess. nee.Upg "as PWYATE XMAS' GRETING CITY'AND DISTRICT v.': Tabtr Mm C. Hobbs, of Tatier. was in the city yesterday on bsiness, retrniiig to Taber oil the delayed Flyer this mom. ing.- As a tailor) made suit la superior to a ready-made, so IB a Private Xiriag Card sup; erior to fclod and THE COST IS KO We 'have the'' wort of the three. beat manufacturers tor fou to- select from. and Book Co., PtioiiVlM 7 Avm District Court has been in session 5.30 p.i, as "possible. The for the past two days, dealing .vith-a tor urges a prompt and full attendance number of 'small debt- cases. In the tjje prayer meeting "at S p.m. case of Brown Co. vs. "VVelU, meht has been glren (or thes plaintiff for 584.50 and" costs. -Judgment, was giren -for Turner Speidel. in an action brought against Thomson fc -...Some Seventy busbets of winter TTC from e bughc, gow- js reC9rd up year Tomfobr Bros., Hv- Tonight Lethbridse Curling cluo meet-in'thecItrwunclJ chambers to-: nighf for the annual meeting .and el- eclion of officers.. Everj' curler In the city as of the organization ol Crow's Nest Cifrling association, em- bracing alt, clubs between and liedicine Hat will be discussed. Torafohr Bros." sent ,to seeJ house Tor. a" bushel of rye, EOW- iny It in a-strip "a mile long "on the outside- of a field. It grew well and early, threshing 70 "bushels. in ibat the ,ld be about 47 b'jshels to the atre. j Winter rye. Is growing In -favor in the L.lMllk River" mates-very feed for and the hog Indus- is leapa and bounds in the south. To Confer Degree I-ethbridfe Lodge, No. ?9, A.F. A. Ji., sill confer the First Degree at their regular communication tomorrow nlgnt at eigM o'clocS. They will also toavft the pleasure of a visit from the D.D.Gii: of the district, K. D. R. Stew- ait, o! Medicine Hat Visiting breth- red are cordially invited and will re- ctlve a hearty ivekome Mr. Connor's Funeral The funeril of tie late Owen Con- met hla a coal nine 40 miles south of Bow Island on ThiKsday. was held after- noon from the residence ot the de- ceased's father, W, Connor, fa the public 'cemetery, a large num- ber of tne pop-jlar rounj man's friends being present. Rev. 0. H. Cobbledici of. Weslef ciurcli con- ducted the obsefiuies. Oiven Their Reward! School children who were success- ful competitors In the flower show hat June are today receiving their which consist of bulbs for tinier planting. In the spring each child is 'given a packet of seeds with cultural directions and the oaej mah- Ing the best showing arc awarded the [irizes. Tne aim. in givjig bulbs Is that tfcs Interest may he maintained throughout the yc-ar. Bmlej-lilteni liid Co, Mon. Robert Rogers will lay a cor- ner stone to the new post office at Hrantiord. TO RENT Furnished House Immediate A SNAP- .Apply 916-8th Street S. Mr. QuJnn After j If Southern Alberta does not receive fair share ot the. honor and fame that goes winning prizes at the C rj-Farmtn g exppsl 11 o n at Tulsa, Okla.C this month, U will not be be- cause a tty ts not being niade for tbem. H. J. Quinnj of .Milk River, who m.tbe city last night, stated tbat would ship today, a bushel of Mar-] qula wheat to compete "for the Humely aeparatcrr. The wbeat was taken from a SO-acre field that. Averaged, 41 buahfilB to the acre. Tte bushel weighs 65 has ieen-pre- pared lor exhibition by running through the mill four times. W. D. Finlej'. secretary of the Associate Boards of Trade, this mornltig ship-. ptd lo TulRa a of white, flai, which promise's to create a sensation among the farmers of the south, it was grown by "Alfalfa" at Iron Springs.. Where Neighbor. Differ lip 'Kdmonton way the A full line ".of these; some Toftics. 'just received.: Per .pound J. D. The Store TELEPHONE NO. rrom J. B. Carion, ot BuriieU, and R! "Mac- ol Bow Island, are VeiJslered' at the-Lkhtiridfe. E.'E, Taylor, ranch'.Inspector for Southern Alberta, ivent Bouth tils nprnlny to Cardston. .To Build i Heate RoWson Jws. taften otrt a building, permit (or a residents., on SeventL ayenue.Souta to.cost J2000. On Serldut Charge who.was committed lor trial :.on a repulsive" charge at a preliminary 'bearing, arrlTed at the.barracks lait night to await Wai..' the -The. American BanV Co., of: the city-today Btatiiis th'e Issue of_ tondi'oa November-' would 'cbmplele BhrpmenU by November" 15. In.Frttly :-Taxes are come Jn more' freely, and present indications are that-the percentage paid -before the of "dJsnount' nearly equal th'at paid last year.' r .puyins Live' Stock McGregor, supcrjctendeai 'oi JarfflR.foV the Southern" Alberta Land B9tt "of-J. U.- McGreior, .the champion beef breeder, wai In the city -yesterday on ju connec- tion with' the purchase ,of Eome sheep and caltle.. He returned to Medicine Hat t SentTriient photo-house crwnersandinana-. met again latt night, anent the opening of on Sun- alter a lengthy discus- sion, to' gauge their policy In this re- gard, from the sentiment of the gen- eral public. 1C they are nupported by the public approval, they will con- tinuo sbowtns'on Suaday, if not, they wjli 'cfoie. CITY AND DISTRICT Should be'fnterestlng Sunday school workers and all mem- bers of- are urg- ed through the Herald to remember the special Importance of the meeting ing In the church -tonight, when re- ports will be given of the recent suc- cessful convention High River, Of .Vital InUrttt The Board of Trad'e requuti a large are having lighter passes which i turnout of me'mbirs toowrrow, when. serve to break the monotony of the Mayor llardte will on "City Bor- fially round of the Houst. According rowing." This ia a live-topic at. Iho In view of tn reports troni Hall. preuciii the asKed" tor by the t-lt- j the coming municipal campaign. les of Calvary and Mediclre Hat are giving ihc joSearalthB their Innlnse. It IE told ttiat tha Medicine Hat charter A Sheepman Wallace Seattle, brother has designs on Ilcicllff. Medicine Hut, o) Jesse Taylor, the prominent Men- In order lo bo sure .that Us supply of -iar-> mil SiMlhern Alberla she natural gks will not run out, la Is In the city.- Mr. Taylor Is j' Good Templars Busy The jtfvenlle branch of the Inde- pendei.t Order ot Good Templars will meet.tomorrow the Bailey BtT.eet. school on. Sixteenth street, at seven o'clock. InllLatlbn and' general nslnesB. T Tbe adult portion, ot the order will meet at the same place at eight o'clock. Alt members are re- attend. Buy Farm W. 'county coramUaloner, at Elk Point, 3.D._. Is .In the. some land near the city he may purchase. Mr. Main IB vep' favorably Impreated with the ihowlng In the district, and with the city, sir, J. V. Hamilton thow eid him the points of Interest ID the city, and helped him locate tha li In question, Lady Mm. Tsaac Dlgelow, ol Taber, aged died In the clly yesterday, after in Whets-of aeverjil weeks. IB survived by a hutband, 'three sons and tiro all living In Taber, except one son, who bridge. Interment will taVe place at Taber. the'remalns having been ship- ped there'.lbl. afternoon 8.Y. llurel. HOME GROWN WHEAT VHQME MILLED WHEAT HOME LABOUR Do-above suggestions appeal to you when buying Do Quality and Price appeal to you in making a selection of flour .when you arc buyuigj If so, insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 YcarS Successful Milling- In Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. 1393 or 1492 an d Our will call nnd measure .your windows-ami give you estimate of cost for storm.sasli, including Jian'giiig. IT NOW! Central Lumber Go. [ti -Clty.OrTiM: Royal Bank Building Phone "1393 Lttbrldgc Yard: S. Phone H92 AFTERNOON TEA Every afternoon from 3 to (5. Something Different Every Dny Hofc Drinks at All Hours. At ICILLIEN'S 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge A FINE HOME Containing rooms, fiilly modern, ceraont basement, fire- sltu.itcd on two lots, ]3th St.' If you want a [Trst-tlasi .cheap. Investigate this. Trice: THE GASCADEN LAND Co, MCDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDQE North Lethnrldge Tho general annual meeting of the n Lethbrldse ratepayers will be Jng for an amendment T hy it will friend of ex-Mayor Hatch, whom he be allowed lo pipe gaa Into the city Knew In the early days, of Montana. (row any point la aome alx townships! suiroundlng the city. Rcdxliff hnp- Sold 12 Orloadi ef pecs to be within the described ares, and, to make'a gooil Job of H, the Medicine Hit council is asking the Nytiop Eiroi. ranch. Ktf, whose headquarters are tight tnlles .out of the city sold of piping the gas through twelve carloads .of .cattle to the streets of bo. N'elson Spcnror. who iiwens to he Jjoth Mayor of and memher for that city, is sjkmio'r ticvam- .ondmenli. Needless to aay, Cnae. S. Plngle, mcmher for IledcHff consllt- ufiticy, Is on the "opposltton'Ma this >lurns company. Mr. Shaw, mftDtfer of the local 1'-.-Burnn market, that every ojpe of absolutely-tip top prime that the ship, ment comtKutM one of the best ever sent' (row, fh.lj_dl_slrlct. .Tho lop marXet Md loniKhl In Kennedy Hall, at S o'clock. 'The ratepayer! of Stafford- ville have affiliated with this organda- Increasing Its strenflh. The' chief Item of buslneis (onlghl will be th? eiecllon of officers, a full attendance (s '..ThrtthlRJi' Complefed A. P. Werfs, of How Island, a form- er resident of Lethbridge, was in the clly stales that threshing practically completed In the Bow Island district. a Bawdy Houte Upon complaint of a local man, who charged certain Inniates of a derly house with Iho theft ot JIO In cash, Skolloa nnd SerelB. DrueC and Wigg; last'nlght raided the houso (n talcing inlo cus- tody _ the keeper, Curley lintdsbaw, two fJordon anO Hill, 'and threo'-frcfincrilcrs. All wero released later In Iho evening on ball-each; Appearing before the magUlrate this morning, upon the Information fche inspector, they wero charged Respectively ivltli being tbe Inmates and fre- nuenters of disorderly hoiije. All i pleaded guilty, Cur ley BradshsW be- ing fined and costs, the Inmates 920 and costs.and the frequenters, OrM6 Orant, L.'Howard, John IJarr and E. Leonard (3d and coats cacli. For Sale Pool Tables SECOND HAND, AS GOOD'AS NEW. WILL BE BOLD VERY CHEAP. SEE AT THE BUSINESS LOCALS FOR SALB, one Knabo iiarJor grani piano, good condition, cost will sell tor J350 cash... Apply Jl'sstut fr Klich Llmlled, pled In Dei Molntt -'-Rev. C.' Grant received word of the'death o( Mr. Eugene W. Sratthson, at Iowa, on October 11. The deceal'ed left here on October S In falling health, tic was forty ono 'month and.eleven davj old, and btirled In Des Molnei on October Olllles Coding, of Mary- boro Township, who had been In ill health, ended this ilfo a razoi. BORN To A. I'ow ell, 653. 15th.St.. {Jttubcr Mill, son, TO-NIGHT Miss Mattfiews In High-Class VocalI Selectiwi BIJOU ;