Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUS TO ALL TRAINS Windsor i Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN UETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel ti BCit ind Melt ____ ta Stay What You Get and What You Pay OUR STORE SHOWS THAT HIGH QUALITY and LOW PRICE 'CAN GO TOGETHER You Can't Beat Our Values CW.GRAY THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU HONEY 310 5tH Street Phont 761 Do Not Delay: Buy Peaches and Prunes for Preserving Now cm1 Iniuls, one each of Pwiclii-s ami Prunes, lo supply your wmils, arrived lo- tiny. lV.-irlu.-s ;irci-xlnt heavy fusts, !Ug V linnul. XulhiHj! liner packed. C cloudy..... lloissevain, clear Emerson, cloudy... Cypress..River, cloudy.. Slorden, clear...... Pert Arthur, clear Kainloops Grant! 90 fS SI Si SO SO S4 54 50 43 42 5'J 53 10 73 71 70 70. 73 71 70 74 !3 .73 70 iji; 00 S2" 5S .OS 53 5i "'47 3S 45 41 The weather in Manitoba antl'most of Saskatchewan has teen moderately warm, with, forae scattered raips and In it has beea quite except In the. Edmonton district Forecait and.. da, showers Wednesday, THE RICH PROPERTY OWNER Is not the fellow that pays rent; but It (he one that ipply on the of his can give you a six room fully ffloJern houze, oa ft.el on terms at JIM balance small inonlhly paymenU. HOUtES TO RENT My-MRltien linl Co, 8r-.irloc'K.Building. Phone W4 Saskatchewan and ers In many locajltiec, but partly fair r.d cooler. Wednesday, mostly fair and cool. CITY AND DISTRICT Hlg'n Price for Cattle .Mr. Swingler, 'of the Westminster iMeat -Mariiet, yesterday purchased twenty line steers fiom. Mr. John Lar. son. of Raymond, paying J100 apiece tor them. B-licvet in Uethbridga J. H. Ue Wolf, recently of Ganan- oque, .Onl.; is movlcp hta new IjCthhrldge home at 1-30 Fourth av- enue, this Bftfcmoon, hts joods having arrived thfs morning. -Mr. DC AVolJ has great confidence in the (uture of Lotbbrldge, and is backing up lief in a business way, for n coapJe ol weeks he will he z full- fledgftd Letbbridgo businesg man. for he Intends opening an up-to-date shoe Etore somawhere on Fifth st'eet. The location of the store, is not. yet defioJtery known, acti .Mr. De Vv'olf had enough faith In to seed for his goods before he aure of a locatioa. His tjcnUy wtu follow later. Lethbrirfgt a Comer H. C. Pierce, M.P.P., of Wadena, EaEfc.. spent in (he city looking over property, and getting on vhat. he thinks will-be the next western city to take a tig ad vance. He was eccorapanied by a ]lrooks and Roiv City, including J. U. IMnr.s, Brooks; Dorran, City; Ray Herrkk. Bow City David! 3 ba mOTCy ls la Campbell, Bow City; Herbert A. Per- c the actfon of rre-1' 1 In- move the crops Tbe shortly. TUis give CinaJlan cat- Banquet An anniversary occasi'on will be celebrnted this evening at the l.eth- liridge Hotel, when 11. Xorrls will be Ihe guest of honor at a liltie banquet. Among the guests wlH be Messrs. Gardner. J. DeV.'olf, o( Toronto; J. J. Rums. Hamilton; H. Lie, C. C. Mo- O.-eary, and A: and family. Lee's Good Crops F. J, dimming, of Minneapolis man- ager of the Farm Security Co., arrival in the city yesterday nn company buej- noss. Mr. Cutriujinga Minnesota crops are excellent this year. N'onh Uakoia'3 are Uian average, but Eouthctu SagVatchevan and AlbtTta more than make up the o- ler, Wadena, Sask, ami H. Pierce sr i l in SasK They showii (0 thc out the city In the morning by Com-1liavlng had effect. mltsloner Tracr. Having In lhe Bon w111 be noon to rnolor to Clly. Develop- ment of the coal properties at Bon- City U progrenlrg very favorably, Ibey say. .They expect the railway from Caseels on thn main line to City to bo' built, tnd in operation nest! spring. The grade U btlnc built now. i The HERALD wants real, live, active correspon- dents at Pincher Creek and Taber. Write the Editor lie access to the Chicago markets, but there be a on After Montana Sheep The c-f the Montjna raniros has started, yesterday morn- ing George F. Root, of Red Deei-, ac- companied by Messrs. Mckenzlc and Thompson, of Provost, went south lo pick up a band of for venter feeding. White in the city on Sun- (fl6> weie shown about the Own a Kodak And you.'own the key toi'eal pleasure plclures of places and faces you are interested fa aud you hare a'ltsllus rec- ord you will not yart with In years to come-. 1-et us show you z. kodak Is easily WE DEVELOP FILMS PROPERLY. WE PRINT GOOD PICTURES The Red Cross Drag and Book Ltd, ?hone 55} Third Weslminsfer School Receives Tiophy Which Recognizes Merit To the Thrifty House Wife For an Experiment Try The Premium Grocery For one Quality of Goods, Compart I rices situ Deduct I per cent Discount off (he amount spent and note how much you save for the month. J. TUFF, Prop. 324 lllh St. South Phone 574 lo Methodist church We liavo'a .vari e.ty i oJ- for n great .variety of uses. BATH I'-'. BABY AUTO HOUSEHOtO J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd: The Store TELEPHONE NO. WJ The Downer Cup, 'donated by K. I Sbwter, for proficiency in Cadet drill, was yesterday presented to the officers and rr.en. of "C" comuanj', school cadets. lu the absence of Mr.' Dowuer, the presenta- tion was mads by Mr. J. H. Kiret- woodt secretary-treasurer oi the Board- ol' Education. Mr. Flretwood spofce. oi; the'lasting valuei: 1oJ tbtj boys, .boih physical of cadet training. He expressed his gra: titudt to lit. Dowoer lor the gift- of. tht trophy, and inthuated that ihe general. .Impression :amongst those p.re-sent. on. inspection day was that some, recognition should piven 'of the. highly efficient work oi UC" comS pany. He. concluded .by exhorting the cadets again fthls 5'ear' to I achieve ihe premier, place, although several of the oldest antl best meu bad gone to -join the. high school corps, .among them Sergeant J. Gil- ijenior .whose. naine Is engraved on.tLe cup.' Piiccipal Hcplips F. C. Jennings, principal of West-. .minster F.chool and captaii ol the I company, mnde a brief teply, on bc- half oi the catSefs, expiessmg their sincere gratitude to Mr. Downer for WERE OUT ON WATER WHEN A STORM BLEW UP WITH TER- RIF1C SUODENESS Siull Ste Marie, Ont., Sept. 8. Xews oi a triple droivning. in which two pi the viclims are residents ot this cily. reached litre Sunday night from CedarvHIe, a summer resort on Ihe-Michigan side, a few railes from the Soo. Tho Drowned Albert Daitos, Soo, Onl. Albert Daibos, Soo, Mrs. Albiir; Andeiion, Soo, Mich. The party ha'd bern out io a launch only a short time when a heavy wind-storm, accompanied by thunder and-lightning, catue up without warn- ing. The launch was cnpsiieJ. The accident was. witnessed from the ver- ar.dah nflfcc Klliolt hotel, and in sp'ife of heavy sea tunning a launch was sent to tbe rescue. The storni illt thousands nf dollars' worth of damage among the islands and was the most severe expericnce'd I his generosity and public spirit thus encouraging the cadets of in the cily. schools. 'He also thanked those who had passed favorable comments on the Weslminsfer Cadets in ticulat, and expressed the hope that next year they mfght merit tho highly comnieudatory references of Major Uelson, viz.: lhat they were hero assisting Ihe local comniitlecs PRESBYTERIANS WILL M 0 V E -WHITWORTH COLLEGE HAV. ING ANOTHER SITH YOUNO SCOTCHMAN WHO LEFT THREE YEARS AGO TO EX- PLORE ARCTIC WILD8 Edmonton, Sept. 9. Consltbla Soinmets, of the H.N'.W.H.P., who was otp of the party which reiijiaed 'rom llerscbel island recently. Dtings lo Edmoolon tte story of the disap- pearance of the ex- ploter who wandered Into the Arctic' thrco years ago and has not been heard from since. .Ml of, Dar- rell's possessions .that., he left wllh the mounted police, were brought down by Constablo Eommers who will take them to Soolland irhtre Oarrell's parents lice. Datrell was a Scolchman and only about Ihitlr years ot and "a well educated man. He started in the summer of 1910 to commence hjj Ciploratj'ons In the far north. Tho explorer started out from Fort'.Mac- Pherson with a half breed guide, but at Husiey Lakes the, guide kit him anil Cartel! continued Ihe esplorlns trip aloner.He was r.eit-seen bj the crew of B schooner at Baullle Ishnd and after spending i lew days with' them, Darrell started out again. He started across with an Estimo on Liverpool Bay, hut ijter thai Ing has been heard.ot him, and it was thought he hod perished amor's tla great ice-fields iil the north. His par- ents, were communicated with, hilt so vast ate that it was deem- ed to be an imiosaibh: task to find the explorer's honV. Spol-ane, worth a I'resbytcriaii insti- tution pi higher learning' no'.v situat- ated at Tatdna, be. re- moved lo Spokane, the board ol di- rectors having decided to accept a proffered site just north of the city. Forty, acres ol land atnong the pines has as a cam- pus, and a co'mmitiee Presbyterians and buEiness men is now raising lund to awell Ibe .building resources. Dr. C. H. French, ol New Yoit City, 'representative1 of the national Presbyterian hoard of education, is Lctbhridgs's crack cadet corps. Tiiree cheers were then given for Mr. Downer, .Mr. Fleetwood and the cadets, alter which a group photo 'was taken including Dr- Fi. B. C. .Thompson, of Ihe School Board ,1. Fleetivood, ex-chalnnan of the. Board Supt. VT. A. Hamilton, l'tin: cipa! Dailey ol the Manual Training ichool, II. II. Bruce ot Westminster school, and Lteut, F. S. Filir.er, di: rector of physical and military drill'. CITY AND DISTRICT DC, You Know Him7 A local ha- tina has received a re- quest to locate Cnariea Vernon Uiil- lard; of Norwich, Kngl-ind. The lost youth. In In May-or June. It'll, singing at mov- ing picture theatres. It Is bellereJ he went tmilcr the name of Chas. then. Ills mother In Norwich Is very anxious lo locate Mm, and ahydna who happt-ne to know his preient whereabouu should communicate with Jo'nnfttone Ritchie. WAR THIRSTY MOBS SUPRESSED Sept. police arreateJ Ihe of the mobs which were to hoM another mae; meeting here today and the nas nol held. Premier Vard- receive a the organlzets of yes- lerday'3 racetlng and Informed -Ihera that there was no neceE8ll.y offend- ing armed forces to Hhlnn'at to catty out their plans for financing the removal project. WAS ARRESTED IN CANADA Ambrose, N. D., Sept. 7. county authorities loday bound U Tluff, charged with horse stealing, over lo the district court. Duff was captured In Canada, a few miles north of Atnbiose, prairie. Ho was riding otic- horse and leading another. AS_ t, MOONEY MAKER IT HAS BADLY DIS. Salem, Ohio, Sfplember. All re- cords for kissing have been broken, hy six young women of Salem, TSCO have1 raised during a klxlng at the rale o! SI n Wss. The girls ol ten thousar.d kisses at; one dollar nch to aid thi endowment oi Salem hospital, which has just been completed. The oicula- lory bombardment lasted two tours, nnd at times there wu 'a ot mm, roung and. old, A long waiting to fire Some elderly, gentlemen with heads would .invest six dollars when Ihcy reached the head ot the line-, ind then sneak around and get In, line. again. Several ;ol .these gentltmea were marched home by their NEWSPAPER WAS SUPPRESSED ToSlo, ex- presUona in connection with tho til- ling cE Japanese at Nanking, led to the suppression today of the. Nfrofca litindrerin of bay slacks east of tte city. He ihlnks inc. alfalfa crop ihonld mike. Itils a treat feeding Bro-jr.d for snecji and filtle. Mr. lloo; Is one of lhe bee; khoVn stockmen In the north d. lhat the rnurOer of director Aha of the. .lo.-pgin office was a "heavenly judgement" and thj( other would follow. The members ol ttic .fopanrric TWELVE RUNNING RACES in. Jrurses THREE HARNESS RACES WESTERN CANADA FAIR AND RACING CIRCUIT HORSES Special Attractions Between the Races Fancy Roping and.Riding CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE .Special Hate of a Fare and Third from all points in Southern Alberta RACES COMMENCE AT-TWO P. M, ADMISSION: To Grounds'25c. Grand Stand 25c, For further iiifnrmulio.n, tnfry forma, clc., apply 15. JIcCAUTY, Prcs. 0, C. J'AONUBLO.. Sccy-Treas.