Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRU BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel (Ml Diy Howl li 1 AiMrt-. LETHBRIDGE MILY HERALD WHEN IN LET HE 111 DOE The Dallas Hotel But Most Convtiv lent to SUy Bargains in Threshers' Supplies Tents, 3 only, 10x12, 8 oz. duck, Threshers' Cable, 1 only Special Prices on Brass Engine Supplies and Rubber Belting from 2in. to 6in. C.W. GRAY'S The Store That Saves You Money 310 5th Street Pttdne 761 FURNITURE leLEARANCE Cash if you have it Credit if you want il The Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building 6th Street South fn arms improved Alfalfa Land of Highest Quality 80 Acres V- Special Price 3 miles town. 40-acres in alfiili'a. 30 acres" Alfalfa, Timothy and Grain '320 .acres, 1-3 'mile froni town, very high; class proposition. Mitford Co. "Opportunity" Presents Itself at Least Once in Everyone's life LIIH! if you fail U> (aUo advantage of it it appears it inny never appeal' .to you ajjiuu. pivsi-nls itself Ib you ;ioday aiu! allows you lo buy the fiitt'st i-ipe iuiiiiili'i's from Ctvslon. B.C., al-'.hr lowest price ever heard of for such lini: quality toiuutoi-s. An extra larije shipment arrived' today and Hie following price holds yood only while this lot lasts: SOU) baskets x C1 9K per I .M They will not last long al tliis price. A FEW OTHER LINES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU li. C. HH'K TOMATOES. quality.' baskets, price per basket'........'. FREESTONE kinds, heavy cases Get vrliat you want this week IE you wact them good. For case...................... BARTLETT 40 casas. Fears have, been very scarce this year but "we mausged to gel a hold or this tine i-asc.....S2.85 CRAB or Hyslor-s, in Pe.ich boxes. Per boi .................Sl.OQ In large cases, iwr case..........S2.50 ITALIAN IB the time to preserve S1.00 TOKAY now coming In; flr.e bask- et, weighing at least net, price psr basket................................ GREEN Per basket............................ case............................. Grocery BZf Whcieialt Dist IZ71. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Groceri, Fruit and Con- fectionery. WholeiaJe and Retail Grocery Oept UV Wholtul. Dipt Still at the Front in Quality and WEATHER Edmonton, fair t...... Ked ..............j... Calgary, fair Maeleod, clear I'nr.ce Albeit, (ait....... Saskatoon, lair Switt Current, lair Moose Jaw Hiah Low 72 43 75 35 TO 16 74 74 74 74 Rcgina, (air 75 llracdon, fair 74 Portage, 'clear 71 Winnipeg, clear 70 Port Arthur, clear 70 Xrtson 73 PcntirtoQ 79 Grand Forks............. 70 Fine weather has been general throughout the'prairie provinces and temperatures hare.risrn somewhat. KOKKCAST Western Fice anil warm todav and oh Thuts- dar. CITY AND DISTRICT Took In the Races C. Brace McClellacd, bi a visitor at tie Lethbrldee Turf Club's race From the.Scuth .Visitors Irom lie so-jth lo the race n.- Pillfngj W.- G. C. Raj Knigbt and TVm. Card, HajmoDd, and Jas. Lead- better, .Oardston. "r'. Own a Kodak And yoiuowu the key-to real pleasure Take piacea anri vou in and-you have a "lasting rec- ord you will not'part with In j'cars to ,come.': u C ;Let us show you bow easily a Icodat is WE DEVELOP FJLMS PROPERLY. .WE PRINT CITY AND DISTBIOT A Petty Jhsft The store belonging to -Mike SuplM. 127 Flfleeath street North, was enter- ed last night, and of a small amount of canned Gas Company's Official Visit Eugene Coste. George Craig, H. B. Pearson and Vic Wade, or the Can- adian General Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power paid the city a Tlslt yesterdar coming from Calgary. Steamtrilp Arrivili The Canadian Pacific s.s. iloant Temple docked at Quebec this morn- lag. Western passengers' will arrive in Winnipeg oh Thursday ind In Leth- bridge on Saturday, Lethbrlifge Lodge Meet Thursday Lethbrldge Lodge, No. 39, JuP. A. M., will meet in. regular communica- Uon tomorrow, Thursday, evening, at 8 .o'clbcf Visiting brethren are cor- dially invited toibe, p'rwenri'Vhea the First DegreeVlll-ie'conferred. __ Mrrro T" 87- J.D. C6., POT YOUR MONEY INTO LAND The cafest arjd- best Invest- mem thst can.bfr.offered. We ie-11 you a.beautiful ateam iectlra'.'Btitr ncv. railroad for per acre. Tbsrs are Ktl acre) (14 acrea of whjcb are-surnmeifal- low) good house, barn and four graoarlea. 'Land all fenced and HOUSES TO.RENT Uri d, jttiirlock Bulidlnj, Phor.8 M( CITY ANT) DISTRICT Schcol Field Day Kridar, October 3, nas been set as ibe dHe of the annual echools tL The tbla'jear Mr. Ccnyheire lo Speak At the Board of Trade iuncueoa to- morrow1, "C. P. Con'ybsare, K.C.. will speak on some tamely'subject. A full attendance is reQucstcd, as there are a number of irrjportant matters to be discussed.'" i Off to the Sarric'Ks DicS old-timer in the annals of cri.me, who w'aa tafcen to the hospital here a few. days ago, was [arrested again last night on a charge of vagrancy, and sentenced this roora- ng by Acting-Magistrate H. Benlley to ten days in the barracks. The Diitr'jct Court The itc-rn about the District Court ycMerdar, based 'on the adjournment of the Tainter weed case may have been misleading that District Court cases were put over until November 26, owing to the ab- stnce of Judge Jackson in-Kumonton. Only the Taber' cases' were pat over. The Lethbridge list stands" for. the dates originally ftxed.'- Credll So the City In the write-up of the Lethbrlilge t.aundry, which ajippared yesterday, there was an error In computing the number of employees. The article Haled ttlrty tn fcr.'r bands, .whereas forty.flvo lo fifty is the average, Preparing for Big Convention. Preparations dre being made for Oie Alberta Sunday school association convention, to bo held In this city on October 27. 25 and 29., A large num-' feer of delegaU-s are expected and ar- rangements are being made to cave for them while here. The following financial committee has been appoint- ed to provide the necessities for the convention' M. Aitken, Mayor lianlie. Jos..P..Tracy, A. Stafford, Dr. Stcwarl, B. Hnn'op, V, Nel- son, C. F, Farrcll and Ur Oslbrailh Is right up to the minute and the old mangllnj machine has been replaced the Improved "flat work Bursters Sheep Man-Seei Possibilities latiAMza was visited yt-atetday by C. D. Elliott, a wealthy llontank sheep man. and by Dr. 0. W. Pelzer, of Great rails. During' the day, Ihey were driven Huougri the country east of Uthbridge t.y Oeorge Jl. Hatch, and they expressed the opinion on their return that it Is no wonder ttere arc pouring info south. Mr. Elliott looks for Uthbrtdse to become the natural ehetjp market of Canada for Its location for winter-feeding couM-not bis-fmprovttl upon. .Jesse sheep ranch- i ef. Is in tKe city. Mr. Fraier has shipped man? thousands of-Moniana sheep to 'AlberU'In the past three-rears, and the press machines for laundering Is the latest wrinkle known to the business. Nothing hut electric irons are U6ed._ and'everything about the laundry. Is'spotlessly clean and tidy. .Mr, Karrow'is building iip a fine Industry, which is a credit to Die clly. After ICO New Members Tho Hoys' department of the Y.M. C.A. a three-Jays' mem- bership campaign tomorrow. The goal jhas beeh'Ec-i luf new Imombeit'. present membership lias been rllrlded Into ten te.ims rap- tair.ed by the members, of Iho boys' cabinet Five of these teams are orv the blue side, which.Is being led by F. C. Jennings, and.the'remavnlng'f.lve are under the red flag, and arc Jed by B. Frame. .Tho contest promises to be hot ard furious.'-. hoth sides have, held serrate rallies and tonight there has a'big rally mettlRj of both slrfsa to be, held In the Y. JJ. V. A'. All of jihe members of the teams are asked to be' i at the'.V. M. C. A. at lonlghf. The camijalgners ,will te given'a'swim just preceding- Iho meeting. will be tervr.d.. Mr. Marsh- mallows Plain and ;-J'; Tpasted All Flavpri J. D. Higinbotham v The fotaJK, Store TELEPHONE NO. 321 Rally Sunday S.: S. ncst'Ji Hifly Diy'at'st.'Cj-pi rfah's ,Sunday Khool. Special exer- cises iHll be leatarfed on that1 day, and tie'parents'and the'cJilldren are Invited ta'Htend and sea the 'The'-feiord attend- acce is 14S, but It Is expected tb'kt this will Alberti in Corn F. A. bait, Uricla Sam's Immigration inspector ho n corn belt-. He baa been raising corri trris season to beep from getting homesick. This morning he presented the Board of with a bundle, all. from one hill, of seven-foot Oilanoina Tcllow'Deiit.'H looks as If he i'M suc- in pushlne'; 'the corn limit north. Our New Contemporary A new journalistic production Bp- red In the firmament this morning, peareil in.the finnament tMs morning. 'The Lethbrldge Boy" is the name of the brand new moulder of publlc'opln- ion. It la published by the Y.M.C.A. boys' department The following are eligible as members of Ule Fourth Es- tate: Clarence B. Sherlock, editor-ln- cblef; P. C. Jennings, associate editor, and Tl. E. 3acg, sportfng editor. Tho Horald wishes its new contemporary the best luck la the H orld. CITY AND DISTRICT Lethbrldtre Not Implicated Supt. Wilson, commanding '-K divi- sion. that i'o srldge men were Implicated1 In' the fracas at. llackod last Vtek', .when' two constables were lo four and sly months' iciirrlsonment, re- tpcctlvelT, The. alls-. cation thai a nan named floss was robbed and beaten, lias not >'et been anl no cofiiplftlnts' of Looking af Irrigated Land R.-Angell, a Chicago attorney, who Is also Interested in irrigation projects In the States, has been spend- ng a few the city and district, iooWng over the Alberta Irrigation schemes. -Mr. Angel la well Eatlsfied with what he seen on his trip, and loofcs for LethbridfTB !c-hc CTIC cf the leading cities o! the west within a few" years. Ho declares it has the agricultural and other natural resourc- es to make It a big city, Khl'-, the ell- .zens seem to have grasped their op- portLnlty, and made use of It by lay rig out the foundation for one- of the best. this nature hays niadfc Thvj po- lice arc endeavoring to locii at the present time, and aro'determin- ed to go lo the bottom of the affair, Dr Galllvln Home Dr M. V. (iallivan returned thii lOTilr.g. after a two during which time'he attended the convention of the American. Voterld- aiy Medical asVocialion ot New Vorft. While In the east ho alio.yiilleil In Kingston. Prices SSl'5 Swiff's 5His Swift's Land......90c. JOlta I.aril J1.75 SiJiftVP.'Uacon.'ni.....35c Switch' 1b 26C Swift's Boiled Ham, Ib PRESERVING FRLUT AT ITS BEST PRUNES, PEACHES, PEARS CRAB APPLES If tot convenient to call at store. Phone 674 for prices yet. Phone 574 for Prices Yet S24 11th St. South J. TUFF, Premium Store Next to new Methodist church Instructed To Sell Three Modern Cottages With six rooms each, niul iu good repair. Tliey are well situated in iSTorth -Lcthbridgo aiul we will soil one or all. L S. Ripley Co. Office Macdonald Block. Phone Every Day DOUGHNUTS ROCK CAKES GINGER CAKES TARTS COOKIES JELLY ROLL LAYER CAKES K1LLIEN 3rd Avenue South. Lethfcridae Special Prices on TluiiF sday, jFriday, Saturday Ohoicfi of Assorted all best makes and newly made. 40 Cents Per Pound DDlicioiis, Home-made Candy 25 Cents Per Pound WE SELL GAiSWGFS, LOWNEY'B AND MOIR'S CliOCOLATES IN BOXES. 4 Few Specials in Fruit i Peaches, per dozen, 20c and per Pear.s, per box-20c, and.............. ToiDRCoes, pei" Jb'. lOc; jier basket per ib, loc; Per basket .'PItiins, per lias, per 1'iire, I'ich Home-ihnde Ice Cream. The Olympia Confectionery 32Y Fifth SI. South KNOX CHURCH WORKERS HAVE ARR'ANO-EO' A WEEK .OF SPECIAL EXERCISES Prospects for Cfaresholrn School W. -T. Stephens, principal of the Clarcflholm Demonstration farm school, visited the clly today, en route lo (he Taber fair. He is reiy enthus- iastic over the for the line will be an enrollment of. at least fifty. making' rapid striiics ot late The'staff ban been completed'with j as an evidence of the renewed iti- the addition J. C.-Hooper, M.A., ot made Queen's, for four years lecturer In a special rally wcc'< Instead cl the 'Manitoba Agricultural College, on confining the enrciscs to one bacteriology and biology. Mr. Ste- Is 'A fine program phens asserts thai Mr, Hooter Is the has licen arranged and there besl basferlologlst In the west. He "tometnlng dofhg" all will have charge of all this work at the farm school, ar.d will prepare spec- (al-'enltures of nitrogen, gathering by Rev. Edtvla. Smith, .M.A., ol St. Andrew's Xlacleod. Wednesday 8 p. m. rally. -Meeting lor the organization of a boys' department 'ol the Sunday selinoJ. Friday 7.30 Coirccrt by Pup- ils ol all It.e departments of the rtoy sclinoj. Those ntieml- onrA tiiHfnpc u (II lir. ailllliuH Ofncraf admission K cents. The pro- in .aid cl llic Su.irlaj-. school Sunrtay II a. Adults' vice, rally ser- LOCALS 3t. Hwlcty will hold a 'c and dance In Hall, or T "TCT Y M-" I Swtcmbcr 18, M S o'clock ti.o or Tracy trid Quayiewlll address the nM Vefre.hments; 'Mays. Cents COc; ladles 25c. bacteria for In connection wllb. iht gro'vilng of alfalfa ar.d other leg- Crops on Ihe faTtn are turning out well, wheat yielded hiishela 'on a field, ar.d will one. The larm-achool opens on Ocloher 28, There are sli enfolled froir Haymond and several (rom Taber. The following Is the prcgtam MondaVi Sept.' 22nd to Sunday, Sept. 'iSlh. school meets in the schoolroom. 3.00 p. m. Sunday school grand In ihc chunh. 7.39 people's rally ssr- i vice. HAVEN'T BOUGHT SITE YET London, Sept. Canadian Associated Press Is to deny Jlondsv 6.15 'p.m.-Banr.uet' cor.sderabla cur. officers and teachers the Sunday hero that the school' and (cains w-lio TFOB the has- lrin Rovernmerit had sli, ketball and baseball 'shields in .thcjof Westminster. Hosptlftt at a cost ct Stitday ficliuol Athletic ono million which to erect, J.cague. -V, fXflnday S.S'O cf cl the oroiram nnd nrrlvcfl at now offices. Two sites of Westminster have ftlderallon, hut no declsloji'haa as s In the been unrler 'cor..'