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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Ilotel Best a Djy Hotel In Alb-rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN L6THBRIDC5 Tiie.iDalias Hotel U th> Bcil ind Man lent lo Stiy The Best For the Money When Values are Reckoned OUR PRICES ARE LOWER It's Economic to Buy at C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Stntt PhSM 761 Freestone Peaches and Italian Prunes for Preserving Now in the Finest Condition and Prices Are Right Tbf enormous (juaulllks of Peaches anil-Primes we have 'turned out (he !ast week or ten d-ivs bis sncraishid uj cverjoae tint has hoard atout li.' Ttere Is no joulil but Itml ll has teeu rtlscJ rcore l.j- the ot the goods than nu'yihlns else. In-nearly every-casc 'were ilupll- cited fjiC. we ivsrs oa very Buo frult-ive tent.- We hare another fresh shipment of sime kiud ot Feachea snd selllns them a lildt cheaper. not'delay buying sour t'eadics now; for thi quilily.wlll not calf soon tit but lliey win be eutlrcly off the >aarkvt. RIPE pound baskets in., Per baikel The Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building 6th Street South 'PROCLAMATION r '_ To the.Citizens of Let! ge, NOW KNOW THAT. I, James Edward by .vii'hic (if tiic powers in ino .ycstntl MS Acting iliiyor of the City of Letliliridge, do hereby declare n half holiday on Tuesday, tlie'lGtli day of September, A. 1913 from the hour of noon, and 'hereby call upojrall good citi- xeus to observe the same. '.J.'j-L.LO'VKHIXG, FREESTONE Crawfords In cscellenl U'jv tow II you Qn want ihsiu socd. Per case.......'... ITALIAN sbafe. jjl 10 1'rlce per SILVER baskets tc- crate Or.ly a few to offer, per crate........ RED MEDIUM SIZED EGG SHAPED No came, but lock good, four baskets to ij-r" crate: only a very tew. Per crate CORN ON THE lirse shipaienl for urday at the very special price of r -j For _____ j-o-jjlds crate QM pound IQ for...... (AH Tomatoes in excellent shape) GREEN per Pound Price por basket.'...-..'.-................. 50c. PICKLING two for ov. LARGE plcilins I'-Jr- price tour ttis. for 1.....'... PICKLING on order, for ntit week. Watch thts space for particulars. SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF CRAB rewvcd, be in Moiulay'. or Siberimis, piicc per Peach box Now is the time to put these down. Grocery o.pt. whoitHii D.Pt im GOOD COMPANY] Claw GroceM, Fn.it and fectionery. Wholesale and Retail .-----PHONES------ Qmttrr Dtpt. IM Dtpt Still at the Front ini Quality and Prices Swift's I-lrJ ......55e Swift's l.anl...... 90c.' lOlbs Swift's Lard Swift's P. Ib.....35c Sniffs P. Hams. 26c Bvnlt's Jlaiu. Ib '.Ate.' PRESERVING FRUIT AT ITS BEST PRUNES, PEACHES, PEARS CRAB APPLES It not conveulonx to call at store. Phone 574 best prices yet. WEATHER 76 40 65 71 C4 60 '3 SI S2 83 S4. C4 65 C7 7S SO _ Edmonton, lair Saskatoon, clear Moose clf.ii brandon, fair clear Port Arthur, clear Nelson Grar.d Forks Calgan, fair Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, lair Prince Albert, clear Hegma, clear Portage, clear Kaniioops, fair Pcntictoa The weatlur throughout the prat rb provinces exception' ol Sou- them Alberta lias' heen mostly fine and cool, with low temperatures dur- i ing night. FORECAST: Fine to- day and OD Sunday arid soinewhat warmer.. Saskatchewan Gener- ally. fair and warm today and Sunday. (JOI) SAVE THE CITY AND DISTRICT Mr, Case Home Again f f Howard Case.refurned this morning alter a twelve-months' visit to his aorae in England. Lewjl Stockett Here Lewis SlocKett, manager or the eoa! braarh of the .P. R. department of Natural Resources, is In the !clty to- day inspecting the Gait mines.of. that company. Fin.e'Ost Crop G. II: Morelatid, ot Ne'i Daylqn, who fs" thre3.4ir.g T. Stck's. crop at'oats, is turning out cishty i'oshels 'WINNIPEG BUSINESS KEN'S TRJP. .FROM, WINNIPEG .TO THE'COAST AND RETURN. 3000 Fesl of Motion Pictures. BUOU To-day Fire Brigade Run The fire brigade made a run about eight o'clock last evening tg the rear i of Tuffs Twelfth elieet S., Red Corner" F. WaJdliiston and W. Emery are opening up a novelty store and auction shop in the premises vacated Uils spring W. J. ArmstTong, Jeweller. Tfccj- ir.lsr.d to'cAU ths store, j Red comer.' To Speak on Misilons N'ejit Tesclay eight aleSgiit.in Ihe trouble. :It was ed viihcut difficulty. a small bbw in some nibblih chuMli, Tabor, J-iU jOectlon with the Lethbridge district i meeting a special session for missions fae -held. Speakers will be the G. II. Cobbledlck, M.A.. of l.eth- if, Her. C. Bishop, of Coaldale, and 3. II. Rivera) Va-rJen of.; tie Inclal Jail, Letnbrldge. Franks FOR High class paper ruling and book binding Phone 1107 PUT YOUR MONEY ..-..INTO LAND The safest and .beat Invest- ment that can be offered, We can Bell you a" beautiful steain plow, half section rear new railroad for 412.00 'per< "ere. Thcro are 2GO acres broken (SO icres of .which are suminerfal- loir) good fear granaries. all fenced arid goW well. HOUSES TO RENT iDvslej-Mtilherp land Co. Shtrlock Building, Ry lands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Citadel Sunday School Social evenliig the S-fvatlon Army tlay scbolars metr for an Ice-cream social, antl EL'sptendid num- ber of children attended, aa well as a number of parents, and all the tesuh- PTS ar.rt officers ot the school. Dur- ing tha Captain Tut to present- ed lo the school a banner, on which the ivord ine Salvation Army crest, and Junior was painted In gold and col- ors. The banner Is to he held by the of the f.chool making tJie best in- crease in numbers each month, tbe losing ride also having.to give a BO- cfal.lo the vitincts.' Great enthusiasm prevails among the and each ts determined Jii3 or her atde will ;the lonucr A number of other Im- Ifroveinenta arc being made, and it to j the steady' growth of the past few months .will how become a .rapid Increase, Tho CUadsl has ac- i ctmmotlatlon now for 160 children. Rro tf'lis nore tht i undnr ,he roans twined." This Is tireclally true rejanllafr ths cdiKitlon of J'oudj i For Ttry many a reElter.tial school li best. Such tchoeli are Ing in pop'jlarlty. Many of licet tomti pitrorilze them.. Jif n Clirisiiifi that affords" and 'arllittr; exlucn- tloa undei; oc') attrzctlve cor.dlllona. b'Jlliilnga large campuj, alroni? nUff. rhyslcsl Culture tfteli. Icct- Send for proiptftua and full rartlculln. ft. t. WARNER, M, A., St. Thorn large urcs. own Kodak Ami you own the key to real pleasure Take pictures of places and faces and VouihVve'.b'-iaatine aid .you' will not par! with years to como. "Let tis show TOO how easily a kodak Is operated! WE DEVELqP FILMS PROPEHLY. VVE'-PRINT GOOD PICTURES The Red Qpss Drug arid Book The Rexall News In response to' .numerous requests regarding this very interesting little leaflet, .vve. regret that Oils'tn'onjh's nup- ply" Is exhausted. We try to cofer the' fluid as arid would ask those Interested to furnish us with tbcif'address- es that the paper, may.be mailed lo them. A 'post card Is all that or country. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. r The Store TELEPHONE NO. 32J AND DISTRICT HEgh River's Chief. W. C. Dawes, formerly a C. P. R. ployee, hajj been appointed chiel of lice fw High River. New I.O.O.F. Lodge A lodge of the LO.O.F. has been Jii- at-ntackle.'-vlth J. B. Luken Noble Grand. Bought Big Elevator The farmers of Star'ety have bo'jrht e Setcrson storage elevator with. ,000 bushel capacity. G'oTiig to the Norlh Rev. Thomas Mel rose, of Carman- y Anglican Church, has accepted a H to Fort SaBhatchevi'arj. Phone 574 for Bert Pricei Yel' J. TUFF, Premium Store S24 11th St. South Ntxt to new Mttliodlit church DRAMATIC RECITAL CONCERT The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Present MISS LUCY WEBLlNb McRAyE SONS OF ENGLAND HALL, ON MONDAY, SEPT. 15th, 1913 AdmUsion 50 cents p.m. Eighteenth Concert The CitSzens' hand will play In Ad- m's Park, at 8.30 tomorrow c'eniug ealher pEnhltting; This will be the of the season. Maclecd' Papers Combine" Macleod will be U iwn for Eomc time at Ad-" ertiser. Spectator have been erged, and the Spectator will be the apetj under the editorship of-Mr. L. GoVe; UTiat Mr. Pointer, of the WvorUser, plans" for the future has ;0t been announced.. AUCTION SALE ------ON------ Wednesday Next On the Premises No. 306 7th Avenue A. South, at 11 o'clock and 2.00 FRAMK WADDINGTQN Instructed Ly the ownor. who is leaving, sel! by public auction and without reserve, un assemblage ot suyeiior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND Three-piece Mahogany Parlor Suite; .-MBbogariy Ixirg Rackort Ilocier; Solid Oak Hall Slrad, with bevelled mirror and box Heavr-Solid Oak Exlcndlue Dining Table; SU of. very superior Soild Oai Dining Chairs; Jlaeslvo SolM Oik Siiieboard; CariielK acj Carpeting; Solia Osk Dresser and.Stand; "Solid Oak Dresser and Sland -vith long bfn'ellwl plate Brass. Mounted springs and mattresses; fbild's cot complete mill mallress; Now .Williams .Treadle- Sewing MacSiinc; Sffnv-art's. "Jewel" Kitchen .Stove, Books (aliout twcnty-iiro volumes) Bed Qullta, Comforters; Curtain's, Panes' China, Dishes, Pictures and Prints, requisites, etc., etc. Also baby carriage..' Owing to (he numerous smaller these particular 'goods will be sold in the morning commencing at 11 o'clock and trte heavy furniture In the afternoon at 2 o'clock.1 TERMS CASH ..AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 469 J '..'One Lonely .Inebriate One drunk greeted the magistrate at this morning's session of the police court, iyid paid and costs' fino for his spree. The. soil of-Ceylon-f is of volcanio origin; containing phospnorus ant] minerals in a largo degree. .This im- parts to "Salada" .well-ktio-arn packet Ceylon TeaKa grance tltat is, JriComjiarftble., Old-Fashioncd Light Ca.ndles and co'al oil were at a fi um'-foT a couple of days this week In Creek, wnen the lights went off without.warning on Monday even- rig at about eight o'clock. It seems that a loose brick fell from the wall at.tie power and was caught oi-tween me- neit utui vui'ivj dynamo. The belt was so badly torn that a piece had lo be spliced in, re- rjulring. at least 36 hours for the ce- ment to dry. Instruments Here at Last The remaining band Instruraenlj ar- rired this mornin. anil ag 'soon as the .Togramme IR completed and final aix marie, -Mr. will an- nounce the dales for the'grand.con- cert to be given In the Majestfc. He 3 gathering togethVr the beat talent n Ibo city to asaist hfra, with new instruments will grefttly, .to the entertainment. Back From Dig Convention Fire Chief Hardy returned last night afltv'an absence of nearly five weeks, during which ttrr.o he visited firemen's conventions at Kingston, Ont., and Xew York, N.Y. .Chief says he has. had s. very Instructive trip, but that, for.population, he has seen few cities'better-equipped for fire fight- Ing than LethlTMge. While away be visited Ouelpri, Toronto, Elmlra, Ni- lagara, Buffalo and New York. This was the forty-first convention of the International Association of Fire Kn- which has in existence forty-nine yea-rs. Warning to.Gun Men view of the coming open season in October for antelope hunting, hunt- ers wlH do well to take warning that they arc liable lo prosecution for on private lands. A case where this applies Is the Cameron ranch, where J. D. Fuller ,thc mana- is preserving ft herd, which has grown from twelve to forty head. regulations for the pjrpose of preventing extinction of certain wild animals are grcatiy aided by the inter- eH.ol men, llhc .Mr. Fuller, in preserv- ing the'sam'e. Their wishes should bo respected all who dracrve the name DANCE To bo held in Hail" Monday, Sept. 15th Needs' Orchestra iii 'at- tendance.' LIFELIKEr-YET LIFELESS A-Photograph should bo the cpncreto ex- pression of a person in the abstract.. Tfiougb. lifeless, it should be lifelike. THAT'S WHERE OUR PORTRAITS "MAKE GOOD" THE TISE STIJDIO Makers of Fine Portraits 900Third Alberta LOCALS Auction sale of (superior fumiluro will be hold at So. 305 7lh Are..A. South on Wednesday next, Sept. 17th. Krjnk Waddingtbn, auc- tioneer.' 230-6 FranK Waddlnglon will holil an auc- tion sak'on the premises at N'o. 7th1 A've. A. S., on Wednc-sclay next, Sept. 17th, of superior household fur- nlluro and elfecia. Tor full particulars of auction pain of'nouBtholJ furniture lo he soltl by auction -by IjVanX on Wcdticeclnj'- "ncxt'-at Xo.' 305 7th Al'C. Saturday's Herald. ijolEd oak dining room furnilurc nt nuctlon sale on Wednesday, Sept. nth at.No. 305 71h Aye. A. S. I'Yink Wml- auctioneer. Instructed To Sell Three Modern Cottages With six rooms each, mid in goo.d repair. Tlu'y-aro woll-situalod'-in North Lcthlmdge and we will sell or all. S. Ripley (HIire. Bloch. 1031 HOT DRINKS Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Choco- late, Malted Milk THE FlUCIRAN'f AltOMA 0V OUR HOT unixKa, SGTS.THK DIOF-STIVB FLOWINO Kuluen s Th'frd avenue South ;