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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor iHt a Day Hotel In Albert] LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LE1HBKIOOE Tlie Dallas Hotel Beit >nd Molt ______lent Place stay What You Get and What You Pay OUR STORE SHOWS THAT HIGH QUALITY and LOW PRICE CAN GO TOGETHER VE DO NOT WANT A REPUTATION FOR HIGH QUALITY BY CHARGING HIGH PRICES. YOU CAN MATCH OUR VALUES. C.W.GRAY THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY 310 5th Phone 761 NEVER You never wlU tire ol our rjch Auto'Tues. -Xll their users are agreed thai ihey ELK the best 5 round ilros for. rough usa and i you "wlir "find1 the fcest, strongcat canvas and ghm. the high- est qci.iUtr ar.ti a large quantitv aitd ilien or call on for testimon- ials from satisfied users of the ,GCOQRtCH BL-T. Henderson Garage Lethbridge, AMa. BOX 3090 Phone 5SS CITY AND DISTRICT Court Star Tcnight A. treetlnj; of Court Star A. O, F. convenes lontsM in the I.O.O.P. halt Possible Factory for Bajsano Frauds M. Homer, of Bradford, Kngland.-may locale a sash and door factory at Deer Publfc Man George r. Root, of Oka. near lied Deer, Is in 'the city todar. Mr, Hool was Ur. -Michael oppoa- In the Domfnicn c-'ectious in Tonight Tbevfl will be a meeting of Uie Leth- bridge Turf Club tonight, in the par- lors' 'of 'the Alexandra Hotel, tonight at S o'clock, when al( niemDers are requested to be Do Not Delay: Buy Peaches and Prunes for Preserving Now Two t'-ir (oasis, OIK- each of IVadies and IVuiK-s, (o supply vow nrrivcd la- ihiy. lYuelu's jitv extra Iwavy oases, IJig Y brand. Nothing IUHT packed. Cl KllHTtns. price per I IU 1TAUAN PRUNES Pul up in IVich Duxes, in Ihc bcsl possible comliUun -I ft for pivst'i-viny mid Uic pru-o is right. Price per oast-.................. I I U The above iwo lines tiro ;il their the price is low. Special prices in uium- tilies (u (loatprs. Grocery Oept Wholtnle Dipt 1JI1. THE GOOD COMPANY High Groceri, Fruit and Con- fcctionciy. Wholesale RcUil Crcnry Dtpt, WlultMU i Lcthbridge, clear .70 Kilciouiou. cloar Vegreulte. "S Uovdminsier, clear Deer, clear Tl Coronation, Calgary, clear 70 Brooks, clear 71 Macleou, clear......... 77 Medicine Hal, fair Prince Albert, clear Swift Current, j Moose Jaw, clear Hegina, clear........ Ou'appelle, clear CITY AN1> UISTJRICT Csrrr.angay No. V The .first carload of iroffl Carnar.gay rras.received ia torn this Co. !Off tc Convention Mr. E. C. Brady, superintendent; Mr. T- R. Ourr, acd Mr. H. Malleu, led I "LetfibTidse on Sunday's mlduJght trahi for Winnipeg, to attend the conven- liou of" the Metropolitan Ufe Insur- i ance Co.. on Ike 9th lust. Operatic Executive I" will be an Important tneet- j of the local operatic society exec- utive committee tool sat at the home of CHr. ar.d 3lrs.: Frank at which all merabpra of ibe.coromit- tea are reoues-ted to be present. Funeral Postponed bis the Taylcr Milling 1 The funtTBl of the late-Mr. L'jipwcd :o. It was corded from a number Postponed uniil tiro-thlrtf to- 1 farms in that district and graded narrow afternoon, on account of bis Mr. Micbsch Is Threshing H. K." Uiebich tbresiiiiig at.Ws farm near Monarch tbis mom- i ing. ,lle ejects io hare bcalf. S els ot'wheat, and of barley. Looks Like Busrness rse shipments of sou. who is-coming from Vancouver, heinj delayed. The funeral "be tne lato Tesidence of ths Barley AH Shipped Fritz Sick bas skipped' Uis barley from bls.Nerr Daytcn term to Uie Rice MaKlog Co. of Winnipeg, doors i The total yield from ISO acres wa> In from the loVal rardo IniiicaUi ihat the! the neighborhood of 8000 or future sjlpmenls of grain will be ei- 50 bashtla to the acre. SIcX peets lo Ihreth ten thousand bushel B of oats. tra-heavy. v Your Credit is Good 1 Alberta U'rfes the Condition! Mr. J. T. Duffield. of Somervllie, Ohio, arrived in .the city Friday, and wetit south to his farm near Day- ton Saturday morning. From what of the crop so far he thinks it ia a winner, and beats Brandon, fair 4i 40 fO 35 46 42 45 3S 3T 45. Vortjge, clear Winnipeg, clear Foil Arthur, clear...... 74 Pentictoa............. 71 37 Neleon.............. 13 -W Bulletin Since last Saiurrtsr the weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fair and cool. Light frosts occurred' in parts of Alberm and Saskatchewan early Sunday morn- inj. Forecast and Tuesday somewhfit warmer. Kith higher temperalurec. in some lo- calities Tuesday. CITY AIST) DISTRICT CUy Council Tonight The City- Council' will meet tonight at eight o'clpc's; to consider bylaws, which were laid, on the table at the Uat regular meeting. A Record Crop According to James RelL, o! Nc-w aytoD the record yield for wheax i hu by Dr. D. Hunter, who has a field ol wheat east of the New Dayton elation Uiat will go 45 hushed. >ir. .Reid ray a he never saw" the shocks tliicKer dur- ing any year of "UlB In Southern Alberta.- Line Still Blccked U wag erroneously reported in the Herald on Saturday that the main line of the C. P. R, which was blocked extending two rallea in drouth has severely Injured nuny o.' the crops. thing In the central Miles, where leDgth anj 550 feet'deep; was open. ..i.. FaaiLDgera are being transferred from Fltld to the coalE on the Arrow lakes, which TUB as tar as Cisllesood. taire Mwy go lo Selsoa on tne train. From -tie Lending east. Fatality at Burmis A a-d accident occurred last George' Morriaon Urns keener] by boat for tie Davenport Coal Company "om to Kootenay lArtlag Burmis, lost his lite wblle attempting to.board a moving freight train. Tfie Jatc Mr. -Morrison was a ratlve of j Scotland, had apparently no relatives in tbfa country, and of they come over the Crow through Letlibridge. "Officer 6661'. at the Majestic Dominion Street ANY PIECE OF REAL ESTATE la a Euro1 money, maker.'.as M h'u our reputation behind it. Hero la an exam- ple: -We. hsvf 4 PARKDALE HOUSES TO RENT Building.. Phone Mears to come. Let us show you how easily a kodak Is operated. PROPERLY. tyE PRINT GOOD PICTURES The Red Cross Drug and. Book Ltd. JD.HlGlNBOTHAM_vCp, LIMITED. HEADACHES not your your Llvar V" N'early all of lie -'head- fiehe3. nausea, and .dizziness arc the rtanlis of a slow act- ing alugglah liver. The llyer is one of the mosL important organa'of the hody; its principle duty "lie- ing to separate Irotn the blcod the waste products the body. Liver tro-jbles can be oufckly and surely-overcome hy tbe use of Rexall LIVER SftLTS, f-- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. BUSINESS LOCALS Importing Fine Stock a J. Cook anri Cuarles Kane' have imported from three carloads ol heifers and feeder yearlings and mo-year-olds. Lccal Lahor Supply The hundred men who were to ha1 been sent from Winnipeg to ket bridge for work in the'harvest fields wore unavailable, ar.d only fifteen em- harked al the Ian minute. They m- rived this morning, and are" now kc'it- td In tbe surrounding district. The employment state Unt al- though they could use- a number of men at the present ume tne 3iiuatiTn [3 much improved since Saturday, nnrmal conditions are In flight. for railway construction: work still In great demand. of Millies pointed. The HERALD wants real, active correspon- dents at Plncher Creek and Taker. Write the Editor CITY AND DISTRICT Has a Big Farm Henrv Marsden, of-Toronto, arrived In the cliy on Saturday and out to Ms larm at Carnungriy yoatorday afternoon. To Address Macleod Farmers W. D, Fitiley( secreiarj' of the As- sociate Boards of TraUe. has been in- vlteil to addrisa the.farmers of the .Macteoil district .on the question of the opening of the Bloo'd Reserve, and leaves tomorrow afternoon, Imvlug ac- cepted the invitation to speak ttiere Ttiesdar Steannhip Movements Cunard steamship movemonta re- poricd at tiic C.P.H. olfices tuJs morn- ing -were: docked al New York on tho DHonla, ITOUI tlio Mediterranean, docked at Xew York oh Friday; the Ascaiiia, from South- ampton, was due at Quebec yesterday, western passengers ait; duo here on Thursday at O.cO Sfiecpmen Pfrtitfons A petition will -bo started witbln the week lo "engage the attention of all Ihc BJKttpment in the south ivho pasturage rights within the for- est footnlll res'erveE lor sumuier rang- ing. .The minister of the "interior, Hon. Dr. Hoche has requested1 that the phecpmen be asked to deaignate Just how. raaax- sheep they intend to range and how much land they Congregation Greatly Appreci- ated Worshiping Church to Call Pastor The First Baptist ctinrch re-opea- ing sccvices yesterday well at- tended both morning and evening and the Sunday stbool considerahlr in- creased and a 'good spirit prevailed. Tfce re-uoion of Baptist forces bids fair lo accomQlishrr.eat and under good leadership. must make headway. The sermons yesterday WMC prac- tical anil ihc singing The morning discourse was on from 1 Jolra viz.: (1) a de- claration, (2) a propitiation, (3) an obligation. In the evtmr.g the sub- ;tct was Ji'hn 10 3, "Chris! the floor ol satvatioii." The auditorium has been renovated to advantage in Terra Colta, and Ilic wood wort vainished thrmigh- o'Jt. Sundry fixings hate to the pleasant of the inter- ior. Outside damage- caused by wind is being repaired, when it will be a house of worship and Christian work and a place of value to the city. Dr. Sper.cer, the acting pastor. gave notice ol a meeting lor pur- pose of calling a permanent pastnr, and the election of officers. Altogether the Uaptists have dor.c well (o rcfurn In their old fiuiMing, so well sulfcd for church worn.. To the Thrifty House-.Wife For an Experiment Try The Premium Grocery sptnt and note how much you save for the monlh. J. TUFF, Prop. Phone 574 3J4 11th St. South Next to M.thcdlrt church JOHN CARPENTER OF CRAM- BROOK HAD HIS ARM AND LEG BROKEN CranurooV, R. C., Sept. Laurie journeyed to Macleod Satur- day motnlug, wurte he met his wife aud family on their return from Cal- and all returned together by the local Saturday night. Ales. Taylor and Duncan JfcFar- ane, ol Kimbcrley, spent Sunday in this Fred AVclls relumed Saturday aflfr- noon Ixoin n short biisiccas (zip to coast. Ur. -Henilerson ol Ciaston, spent of Saturday and Sunday here, having brought John Carpenter, wbo was seriously injured at McXeillk's tie camp, to tlie liospilal here. Car- wntcr was struct by a which jumped fie sbutc, asd received a broken arm, broken leg. and several broten ribs. Dr.'Henderson, who ic- iurned to Crestoa Sunday atternoon, is'a brother ol Postmaster James E. Henderson, of this city. Sirs- Truman Hotfiman and littlo son Erick are spending a week's va- cation with Mrs. A. D. Horsman at Messrs. Cronin and P. F. O'Neill aud the Misses Ksther Adam- son and Ciertse Gunderson drove over to Fort Steple Wednesday. Ollie Hotbman, of Is sper.ding a few. days in town. F. W. Swaio trsnsacfei! business'in Ifaniury Thursday. .P. F. Johiislon has completed str- eral improvements to the Queen's ho- tel. Trie bar has beea overhauled and several fancy 'mirrors placed therein, and to .the rear a cosy little private oflice has hern arranged. The .Uranljrook and.'District Auto- mobile association met Saturday ev- ening and decided to hold a picnic in the nejr' future. A committee lisa been.appointed to .select what they consider will be one ol Ihe nicest spots in the district for a picnicking: pl.ace. and sort of summer resort.and tbe goTerntr.ent will be asktd to as- sist'in tbe- undei taking. There are several pretty lakes with pretty scen- ery in tto district and one of these will possibly be tho choice. The sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per was dispensed in Knoi Presbyier- lan church Sunday morning ID the presence ol a large number of chuich members. There were several new- communicants both by certificate and by profession of faith. Owing lo the mud slides on the main lir.o of tho C.P.H. have completely tied up traffic, all main line passenger traflic both east and west passed through here Sunday. Karly Sunday morning eleven empty pasteugcr coaches were taken up to Kootcnay Landing, where tbe boat j was.met and 500 passengers for eas- tern points v.erc brought lack. 'He new automobile road to (Jres- ton la being vvcll patronized hy Cran- nrool- autoists. The U'omen's Missionary Society will meet at the manse Tbuisday, September 11, at .5.30 p.m. JIayor A. (I. Uowness and City Clerk T. M. llo'berts are enjoying a lev (Jays' outing in the ffindcrracie rtistrlcl, travelling hy auto. Miss Hamilton, ol Toronto, has taten charge of (lit millinery dcpart- jment at .VcCreary Uros. store, j The usual Sunday band concert was givcn at the city batid stand In front ]ol Il.c building Sortday I atlernoon inslead ol the evening as GOVERNMENT AT OTTAWA HAS NOT' SUFFICIENT FUNDS TO MEET OBLIGATIONS Ofawa, Sept minister' o! finance, Hon. W. T. V.'Wle, rinding some naylps rw suc- cessful allackc wade on tbe publlo treasury at tie last' Eea5'xn of ment. The. revenue- ot tue TJoiilnlou coutlnuts to grow, Irat (I gtoii-- Ing rurarly as rapidly as tue oxpendh turea proiideJ for by tho aiioiinlilr'i. tlon. In consequence .the supply ot reads- money in the treasury pretty n-ell exhausted, and tlicro" is n.l luflt- cicnt on hand to var the obUjtllcms now falling due. the for-, crnmeut got parliament lo vots J2.-' (o (ho Ontario government an a subsidy for the Temlsfcamlnr aria Ontario Hallway, In subsidies to Mctira. IHckenjie anrt Mann, and by or losii to the Grand Trunk PacKc. Natural- ly tl.io benefleiariei hive ing for lie money..bat It Is undsr. stcpd Ihcy hare all been told ttat there. Is a flnanclaj lirintecoy in tho Domlnipn at pwwnt, and faiilng uew loan in Londoa or Parle, payments caa ftnly be niado "on account" In addition'to Button's, the minister has to arrange to meet a Domlnton 4 per cent, loan ot 1878, amoiuitlng lo ftffliKs Jailing duo 1 neit. In last budget speech, Mr. In- timated that tw.-last hijn rate loan is ana that here- after Canada would 'aland before BIB world as n country could 'bor-- row- at HWevor, it Is understood .that Hon. Mr, White-baa not been to cor- Tlnce' the controtlera; ot Un London money- marttt that3 khnid hays monoy at' 3 per cfnt at the pre- Mnt time. As this A pet tent loan, which. now Milurtug, probably tavo to-be renewred.at 1 .per cent, and go'Ternment.'Tlll bare to pay .'R iomus to get lie 'money even at that ra'ie. Though the joy- cm ment'a Toronto will 'bo -Urver 'by. probably eight or nine-railUohs this year than ever iieforo, it. nojr'prb- bable' that In nil neii cudgel Bpeeca iMr. Willie will have Io announce a. substantial addition txj 'publlg debt. ft Dan Haley, who was remanded on Saturday by Magistrate Elton, on a cKarge of non-support, was freedom this morning oa als own. bond of TENSION BETVVSSM ITALY AND AUSTRIA Sept. 6. As a result of Aus- tria's in according tatlBfsctlon lo Italy In the mutter of Prince lioheiiJohefs vtnae dismissing Italians holding municipal posls In Trieste, the Kalian eovernment has cancelled the foreign minister's re- turn vleit, recently made by Count Bercblotd. The recent anU-ftallan de- crets have cautjii conslderrable ten- sion 'In diplomatic relations between tlie two countries. BORN the 6th Sejilcmber, at 1020 Third to Jlr, Mrs. K. II. Wilson, i son, Big British Mall A largo amount of British, for- gfi and rnall received nl the post cf'j'jii morning. jy-o roa- ro.i riflsntii for. inc. late arrival of rnall (rain 513 Oils morning. WINNIPEG BUSINESS.MEN'S. THIP FROM' .WINNIPEG TO THE COAST AND RETURN. 3000 Feol of "Motion Pictures. BIJOU FRIDAY ANB SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1Z.1S. DANCE To be held in K.I'. TO-NIGHT Needs' Orchestra in ak- tciitlrtnce. Gents, 7oc LEARN TO DANCE Dancing Classes WILL BE FOftMED AT THE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Thurs. Evening, Sept 11 PRIVATE AND CLASS INSTRUCTION FOR CALL OH PHONE ;