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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor M 11.25 Day Hotel Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel to th. Bttt ind Conven- ient Place to Stay WASWMCHK Cleaner Clothes Without Back Breaking Toil tns.most particular as well as the prKtloal' iromt'ii. 'Bur. a modern machine that won't clothes. We sell the most up-to-date C.W. GRAY'S 310 5th Slrtct "TWe That SaVet You Money" Phon; 761 OYSTER WEEK Tills week, hn5 "been nased Oyster week liirousbou! the whole of Canada aud is Intend-, cd that everyone that can do so sho-jld eat oysters at" least once during the week...An educational has been carried on for some time throughout Hie Dominion In the !arg. cr cities showing pwiO'e the food value ot oys- ters aud how cheap they really are. Get a feed oi Ccast Sealed Oysters on Friday or Saturday (when we will have fresh) and help alous tbis wort. .'.Hrjce per Imperial lew other.soods we eipect will arrive for S'aiurday are California Quince, Fr Sweet potatoes, Kipo Tomatoes. Head Lettuce, elc. JERSEY CRANBERRIES Tue Urslthls season arc due to arrive hero "cud of this week. We have a large o.uan- illy coming. They trill be much superior to too Oipe Cods, but. the pi-ice vOl be only a shado higher. Price FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT Tne Wad that has Ibe flavor. One 6{ these is at two of.Uie California Grape -Good medium site. Price each price vtr dozen- CRISP B. C. CELERY -Arrives every, otrer day. .Price. per pound -----PHONEI------ Grocery Oept. I2t Whoitsilt W71. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clau Fruit kkid Con- fectionery. Wholesale and .Retail tM itn. WEATHER .Mai. Lethbridgs, cloudy.... 64 Edmonton, fair..... 60 Calgary, 66 Medicine Hat, cloudy.. M Macleod, clear----- 66 Red Deer, cloudy.'. '60 Brooks, cloud y Gl Coronation', cloudy GO Vesrevtlle, fair..... 60 Uoydmicster, clear SS atUetord, clear 61 rince Albert, clear..; 5S askitoon. clear.. 54 ivift Currenl. fair.'..'." oS loose Jaw, clear.. 57 Resina 40 Jrandon, clear..... 60 XCffiMCE FARM NEAR NOBLE V YOUR A-- IN THE CLOSING' OF'AN' ESTATE, THIS FARM HAS BEEN 'PLACED ON THE MARKET THAN IT IS WORTH. STREET SOUTH. X And Wasn't At. A rtal'Ike prairie chicken fouod iU iray to "the ilonnted Police grounds' yesterday, anfl for several .hours' made at horns in and bushes. Min. 38 30' 40 3S 41 30 30 42 30 23 30 34 30 34 27 20 25 29 30 .02 34 -04 JO _ 47 47 .04 'ortage. clear Vlnnipeg, fair...... 4S 'ort Arthur, cloudy 40 Kamtoops.......- 57 ?enlicton..........- a" Bulletin Pine and mild weather has been general throughout the prairie prov- nces. Forecast and' mild. ..Saskatchewan, and and mild today: Saturday, northerly winds, cooler, with light inowfatll. CITY TWO'Plain Drunks Two drur.fcs-' trod _cEf morning before the police' magistrate A third forfeited money. JITY AND DISTRICT On Legal Trip J..R. Palmer went-lo Macleod yes- erday on'lesal-business. ..Booming i.n the North North Lethrjridge Is taking on some- what of a.boom 'air these days. Be- sides' the new. hotel which Is under construction, and the work on the new 3. P.' R. freight sheds, a permit has seen taken out to build a store ouilding on .Thirteenth street; just north of John Scott's residence. A number of other- buildings are coil- tern plated. No Vote Tomorrow is the last day for Ihe registration of voters. To accommo- date tha public. City Assessor Mcoch will keep bis oflice open .during the afternoon, and evening.- Applicants nmy s'.e him in.'the Kean WocX, Sec ond avenue South, from a.m. to p.m., from till 5 p.m.. and from to 10 p.m. chancc. This is the Us IF yoii HAVE CR.IOtT IF. YOU-NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters Sixth St. S. Can Act-at-Corontrs TV. Jl. Anderson, of Milk River, an" B. C. Thomson, of hav :en gazetted as coroners. A Notary Public James William Gresham, of Blal lore, has been appointed a notary ublic.- Fine Room for the The boys' division of the Y. MJ s to have a new club and committee com. The Poster room on the sec- nd floor Is being re-decorated and newly, 'furnished by the' members of I, he boys' when finished .eihbridgc will hive as fine a hoys' room as "may be found in the west. The color scheme of the room s being worlfed out in the colors of :he boys' division, maroon and old'. sold. From the ceiling'a' large mis- j sion triangle is lo be suspended by i heavy chains, and'from the cojner of this triangle will el- ectric light shades, thus making'the lighting effect very unique. Prominent.Vlolinirt at the Majertio This evening Purcell, the violinist who. on account of his beautiful tone, was thosea lo play and test quality of the nineteen old and new Mlntr1, Cue Settled Palmer solicitors to the' applicant, have received wor ,ludln; UI 4UC that a settlement has been made oul entered in the tone-contest of court In the cuss of the Trust and at td'e fourth annual convention of Jbe American Guild of Violinists, In Chi- cago, on June 14 to 17. 1912, ii lie soloist of the Schubert Symphony club, and will play a'nurnher.of se- lections of the old masters. Purcell Is-not unknown in Iridge, aa he and .his excellent com- l-any were tbc opening attraction-of Ihe new Morris Theatre here, two years ago, when they greatly pleased at IOB muv, z audience of the flower ol and I think we have no rl.KHcuHy j in 'handling'the situation from j who owns several valuable said violins, has found the new Ly.on agent of thu cj' P. R." to the Herald 11 cremonalbnc InBtnimeats this tnorafng. are returning in tlie ii.iitf.lloh o'u Style, afi the east, and, more power (0 modern compositions added. The dewafld far cars and the Immense auditoriums of the Co., admlnlstralora for tlio estate of Wllllira Rosa Vfl.: Ihe Banb- hea'd mines. Ross was killed, In an accjdenl In Ihp mines some lime ago. The CAM settled by the payment of "ni5 UiV costs ot aclion to tho Ross estate: No Serjoui Car Shortage rTuCTe are no serious car shortages at ibe preBsnt.iime, to my knowledge, Sow Your Money Now big remits. We bare K fwt by 139 feet on 13th fihreet Kfirtb, to new hotel that we can tell for Oil TO RI NT duuvU' grain hai been the largest In .the his- lory ot the company, and shipments have cot fallen off since the begin- ning of the threshing season. The LetVibridge Imperial Orchestra OPEN DANCES FOR THE COMING SEASON PERSONNEL.OF ORCHESTRA VIollnlK, J. B. Qjikell, leader. Plinlit, ft. Needi; Corntt, R, Van HtctC Orurr.5, 9. L. Chip. popular music. Any of pieces supplied. Kor-particulars apply. P.. 6.. Box, 494, LF.THBRIDOE HTY AND DISTRICT Firat from Sniunavon E. sfimnonj Is the first man to ejljter at a local hotel troro the new '61 Shaunavon. His Brother B.. of F! E. .McCav, or this city, B in .uie" city spending a few day i. A Small Biue yesterday- afternoon ..was re Ihe residence of Mr. .In rram. North Lethbrldgo. No. 2 sta it easily. HOME GROWN WHEAT HOME MILLED WHEAT HOME LABOUR Ijo above suggestions appeal to you when buying flour'! Do Quality and Price appeal to you in making ,axselection of flour -when you are If so, insist on using ELLISONS "Out Best" Flour 11 Years'Siiccessful Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. An Old Friend D. .V.'iioitl of.'Kernlo, formerly Ferule' correspondent :oS the but noV.sales. agent for the Mniwell, Car Co.; is in.the city tod ay.on husl-1 ness Mott says business j through' the Pis E coal camps was' never better. Said a Farm "ixmis A. Felger yesterday sold a section .of land in Tp..4, ng. 10, south ofis'ew Daylon.- J.-Mosedale.- The hul the sale is considered a good one.-" Mr; Felger has purchased" a thbUBarid' head of winter eeding. ''l :l The chilJrenj'win .Morels' one-more of these, .Uo r.ot them, but jour' while Ltd. Sent off for Sam A farewell party was held list night :n eaves-tomorrow Toronto Coh- se'rvatory." of where he "will spend .three or-'fdur'monthB study- ingXthe-vibliri.' -After completing-his course in Toronto, Mr. SadowsXI will go to Germany for three or four years. He will travel 'east via Chicago, and will be accompanied by his brother Morris: for the Baby And mother ire'lisvejevery- thlng that is Tho health and eve_nfthe', life of the infant Is oftcn'depehdant ut-on the freshness and purity of the foods and orugs pur-1 chased at the' pharmacy. We' make a special ;fealure of roeellng the de'miuds 'of tliis kind of trade" and carry in unusually varied slock of'ar- ticles needed by babies and mothers in the first 'days of Infancy. lully. guarantee everything we 3ell. "Anything that la not .fatlsfac- tory may be returned and'the money will be refunded. Nlpplei, Feed- ing Bottlei (all Kindi) Sottlt BriishM, Bottle. Fittings. j. D. Higinbothaa Co., LM. The Store TELEPHONE HO. ta Pli one 1393 or. 1492 an d Our Rcpvesentativc will call and mpnsure your .windows and give you estimate of cost for storm'sash; including Hanging. DO IT NOW! Central Lumber Co. Ltd. City Office: Royal Bank Building Phons 1393 LETHBRIDGE, Lrtbrldge 1407 3rd Ave. 6. Phone H92 .'New. School Dittrict Notke'ls 'given; in accordance wiUi the ot the School Ordln- ance-in that hehalf.'that, by order of the Minister of Education, the follow- ing lands, namely: SecHons 12343 10.11 12 13 14.16 16 21 22 23 and 21 In Township I Range.20.west of the rth' Meridian, have been erected nto a school district under the namo of the ilacke school' dtstrkt.'No. 3049 of the Province .of Alberta; senior trustee, Atwood, IIilk niver.' A Taber Boftfter. T. A. Sundal, Eecrelary 'of, the Ta- ber Agriculural society, IB.a visitor to the city today. n the Taber district la enthusiastic over for a corn crbl next year. Mr. Sundal states Rdss' Bros., the corn pioneers ate feeding to their herd of over fiiirty-mlj'x cowg, and that the milk liov'has.'SncTeased "wonderfully.. Thi Ross Bros, .are contemplating the er ectton otl a silo on tholr farm nex spring, arid will plant some iwenl) acres io Korthwestprn Dent corn. Ta- j her farm era are leading tho south in this new .field. PEANUT BAR 01IE OWN .MAKE FRIDAY SATURDAY, 25C At KILLIENJS 3rd Avenue South Lethbridgc modern Ibeatres. In his concert here he will play tome, of tiie Urahms.Hungarian danc ee, the Scherio-Torantella of Wien lawaki, the Irish Fanteay of VIcui tempp, and some smaller pieces, using a new ann.Healy Cremonalone violin, copy of the old style Davirl Tlcchler, A.D. 1763. AH a mandolin soloist, he is.-In a class by where the average mnndolinlst plays one string, or at tho moat, two, he-Is uilng'the complete foirr-itrlng harmony. His playing 1s a revelation In the art of playing ..this supposedly Inferior musical Instru' ir.ent, his nolos-on. the Sew Wash- burn Manilo, sounding like a com- ulele mandulln orchestra of four or five instruments. The- Exposing the second section of the old Corppanltt Struck Off Htgiiter 'Amo'ng-tbc incorporated companies B truck': of f'tho register are the Leth- bridge, Sheep Co.. Ltd.; Medicine Hai I.Aitnbei' and Mat- I'eod Skating Rink; Macleod Iluildora' Supply., Ltd.; Medicine Hat Athletic- Co, Ltd.; MedJclne Hal Brewing Co., Alberla Coal and Clay Ud.; Oraisy Lake Coal Co., Lid.; Hikii': iiole! Co., Uiv Okololii jfilllnr Co. Among the com; pinles liable to be ulruck tho -reg- Itter'are the Pincher Creek Ilrlck, Power and Light Co.; Cardston i secuon oi rower ana i.igni 1.0.. freight is being mpved to the Additions, Ltd.; U.S. new foundation today. Its removal cifelerli, Lclbbrtdge. leaves an open view of Mo. 3 mine at the end of Fifth street. .KUSINEH8 LOCALS Will the patty who' lip a Kemington pump-gun the cornff ol fth Ave. and 8th St., S., teluin same to 119 4ltj Ave. or save 1hcr trouble. xll -.The Daughlcrs and MtM.i of Kng land: arc Issuing Invitations for I dancs 'on Wednesdky Gents ladles free. 'Anyone wlfh- ing to obtain an Invllnllon .do 10 by arpljfpz St. S. 'En route, from British Columbia, including the follcnving. -well-known varieties: KINGS SNOWS, v G1USIB8' GOLDEN', BAXTER, STY, BALDWIN, GREENINGB; 'HOAiH BEAUTY, TAL- MA N- SWEET, ETC These fire all -wrnpp.cil nnd piicltcd wintcr'keepiiig. Plnce your .orders, with us. early and insure getting .the ynrieties you like'. For Christmas Cooking "Play BalF incf -IN- INTO >t the next MOID, and .sj; Wal- .nuts' and Shelled Almonds hnvo just arrived. Also Cry'stulizcd Cherries, G.lnco Cherries, and Glace Assorted Fruits in lib. Boxes. FRESH TEACHES Special for Saturday ,10c 15c 25c TOKAY GRAPES Per lb. MALAGA DRAPES Per lb. SWEET. POTATOES 3 for 25c FRESH CELEBY Per Ib. CRAKBERRIES Z Ibs for........... CITRON 4. SQUASH per lb (3RAPE FRUIT .each 15c 25c 4c 15c The BENTLEY CO., LTD. ;