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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Day Hcttl In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel the Best and Molt tent Plica to SU> Bargains in Threshers5 Supplies Tents, 3 only, 10x12, 8 oz. duck, Threshers' Cable, 1 only Special Prices'oh Brass Engine Supplies and Rubber Belting from 2in. to Sin. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 Sth Strett Phone 761 Irrigated farms Improved Alfalfa Land of Highest Quality 80 Acres 3 uiiles from live town. 40 acres in alfalfa. 30'acres'in Special Timothy and Grain 320 acres. 1-2 yoiy clasi proposition.'' liitrli "Opportunity" Presents Itself at Least Price ia Everyone's and if you fnil (o lake ailvaiitujje of it When it tippvnrs ii may never appeal- lo YOU again. Opportunity prvscnls ilsclf to you today ;md 'alltuvs you to buy Die finest ripe .Crcston; li.C... nt the lowest prici- we have ever for such line oes prc- we ave ever earo or suc lne quality lomalnes. An extra large shiou'icnt arrived today'anil Ihe following price holds only while this lut lasts: 01t> cralesj -lib baskets PIT crate li. C. KIPE TOMAT'OSS, Hurst quality, iilb baskets, price pi-r kisU-l They will not hst long at this price. A FEW OTHER LINES THAT INTEREST YOU FREESTONE kinds, heavy cases Get what you waul this week If you want them good. cis? ji oo BARTLETT 40 1C. cases. tnjen veiy scarce1this >ear but ue tnauaged to get a hold of ibis fhie case 85 CHAB or Ill-slops, 'in resell Per box SI 00 In large Apple cases. case.......... 50 ITALIAN Now Is the time, to preserve case Are iow coming in; fine, bask- ets, wtlshlns at least 6ttB net, price mr Per' ft 9ZJ. Her basket sfo Grcccry DepL 929 Wholesale Otst I THEGOOb COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit md. Con- fectionery. WKoleiile ind'; Retail Grocery Dept. Hi Whol.Mt. Dipt Low 49 .03 46 .01 4S .04 .OS Membership Lineup for Aggres- ive Fprward Pastor Wanted is a. largely altended gath- ering of the First Baptist church last night for busfness purposes. Over three-fifths of the membership was present, ar.d a harmonious spirit pre- vailed throughout. Rev, Dr. Spencer presided, and Mr. A., .a Smith acted secretary. After singing, prayer and reading, a resolution was passed cancelling all resolution's bearing upon dismissal 'of members, and a roll-call of members niAde, absent members being accoimt- lor. Resignations of all officers. and the election ot successors was de- ipor.. The acting Harrison anil Mr. Tabor betog appoint- ed a nominating committee. Mr. TV. R. Brown, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Way. Mr, and Mr. Williams, and Mrs: Brtie, Mrs. Cooper and sin. Williams were'heartily thanked for their gen- erous rjelp in the- worV-of-rer.ovatins; the building. The teasurer's report was and passed, sioiring a bal- ance'on .the right side. It-is expected tbe-chffrch will -remain In the old building for another year and a half, In-.the meantime erect a new ig, either ;on their site paid 'for on .Fourth.avenue or some other site. The acting was requested lo and consult with the Home Mission Board respecting a'pas- agreed to'do. following -iere ejected to till the Acting pasior (till October 311, Ttev. Dr.- Spencer: trustees. W. R. Brown, D. McKtimon, A.'E. Dunloji: deacons A. Harrison J. H. Tabor, B! A. E. Smith; Gladstone Virtue; finance committee, A. E. punlop, O. Virtue.-B. Snyder, P..JarfeU, Mrs. Tail, Mrs. bli- chief usher. Dr. ly school superintendent High. cloudy 81 Edmonton, cloudy ___ 72' Calgary, fair SO jiledlclne Hat. fair SO placleod. clear...... SI bled Deer, cloudy 77 j Brooks, cloudy...... 77 ICcronatlon, cloudy Vegrevil'e. cloudy---- Eittleford, cioudy ___ Saskatoon, cloudy___ Kan-.Fack, fair Swift Current, clear Reglna, cloudy Indian Head, cloudy Moosoalin. "clear Prince Albert, clear Yorkton, clear Moose Jaw, clear.. Mfnncdosa.'clear [Brandon, cloudy Winnipeg, clear..... Port "ATlhur. clear 6S 65 FeaUclon'......'.' j SI Xelsbn ..-.L 72 Grand 82 In Alberta toe weather has been showery anil quite warm in so'Jtbern parts, whUe in Saskatchewan and Man Uoba it has been" fine and "moderately warm'.1' and warm loday; fresh nortbtasterly .winds; showery and cooler. Saskatchewan and erly cooler and. showery.. Fri- SO 73 SI 75 S2 7S 77 73 -SO" 74 81 n 74 74 52 47 SS i2 '.10 45 -02 39 .OS 46 49 SO 49 50 34 45 45 60 "4! 49 90 64 .02 4S 10 day, clearing. DISTRICT Mr.' Cunningham In City E. A. Cunningham is a business vis- itor from Calgary today, k Mr.5 Marinaro In Town C. Marinaro, ot the Columbia llac- aronlCo., was in the yealerday from Fernle. Mrs, floy. Tiie trustees a Janitor. Mrs. Snyder, Jlrs. Duulop end Miss Tabor were ajipolnled to assist the S. S. coprenlton committee. The pastor'annoimced tbat he would address the new'officsrs on Sunday raornlng oh their duties. Thus, the First Baptist cburcf, Is again-settled and re-organized in Its working force. There is ample room in the. and qujfe a number of Bap- lists in the city will Increase the pre- sent membership, confciilsrably. Every- body felt Ihey were home again; afler a chequered career of nearly a year. ,_ The meeting "closed prayer. PUT YOUR MONEY 1NTO-LAND The' safest and best Invest- ment tbat can be offered. We. can sell you a beautiful steam plow; half section r.ear new rtllroad for 412.00 per acre. Thtre are 2CO acres broken (SO serfs of which are summerfal- low) good houge, bam and four irtnariM. land all fenced and food HOUSES TO RENT Lail Co. Sr-rlock Building, Phone Wrirtling With Finances There was a special meeting of Ihs committee of tho cily council last night. The council requests thaf "V J. H. president ladies' aid, Ulme. no repprt be given out ere requested to find Back from, Holfdayi W. V._Poapst bas returned from an eastern 'trip to Toronto and Montreal. While away he visited St. jCniherines at the time of tlic Henley regatfa. Bring In An extra coach was -placed on the south train this morning lo oriug.up the first parly of hnnseekers from the Stales. The C." have the pariy In cliirge. song- and Case Was Postponed The appeal against the assessment of the weHs'of the Canadian General .Vatural Gas, K'cAt and Power Co., at Bow Island, which was (o have been heaTd today, lias been postponed, Judge Jacfceon being in Edmonton for the present. Our Plant a Model tlralg, city engineer of Cal- the city loilay with Eu- MR. Editor of The 3'p'lE FEELS c.oMe' Pre3it'en-t N'alurit efethbrwJe Iferad i083 Herald olfice. Whoever Is. allow ma lo Inform him thai I con- sider any man a 'coward tfho oould Iry-ajid blacken hnothtr man's repu- islion, and be afraid to sign his name. 1 know 1 22 _. .pleaied.With. Jaunt hEs returned from i motor trip to Banff. Downer lays 4t (B about toe finest iaunt he bas sver taken. Colorado Springs boasls of the 'in the nelghbor- nobd of the Garden of the Goda and PJke'i'Peak; but 3Ir. Downer Is con- vinced now that the Canadian Hockfes little tie best of it yet, and only 'need more advertising to make Alberta the r.ost popular summer re- sort centre on the continent. CITY AND DISTRICT, Back From Old Kentucky' T. If. of the Stagg employ- ment anil real csUle office, rcfumc.d last evening from a five.' weeks' visit to Kenlurty. [s very well pleased with the condillbn.of things In gen- eral. He brougSl back with hlfriva pointer, and hopes to Iiavo Eomc good tbls fall, are good. Tlie j ..i! k ai a goou, I ne 6at friends, in spite of all Ihe Herald Ihomesteadtrs are looVlng forward to lias done lo rufn me and mine. ,V-inE granted the use' of the Loin- Now Mr line. haujlng their grain, but hive not recelve'd an Inti- mation'eo far. 1M year Sl.r. Petor- hauled five IhouBand buahclB fifty Now, Mr. Enllof. I wish to give you a little advice, both for your sake and mine. Von have done me and mine1 harm poesiblo Im oner do lo anolhir. .Vo't only to miles 'to Warnef, and manyanothe'r ._ W all ttiats ocar lo me. I Homcsleader hauled longer nhlanccs never you jo-jr.-. LsavcmoJThe use of the Uthbrldge-Weyburn truly. wo'.H.I moan considerable saving.lo JOSEIMI ihese farmers In haulaxe 1 r t Police Court Happenings Pal Hafferty was eent up to the for thirty days for'u'jlng the w-ronj kind of liquid for.Vucnchlng his ihirsl. Another dmnk was rc- mandtd until -lomorrow, -One nd Walter Bar- five hours to' leave1 the burg. Steamship The linf -Victorian, erpool, ij repoiled Quebec, reichiMojilreal'todiy; .Veiti crn passengers are due here ori Sfon. day morning. i i The Ionian, from I-ondon, at Quebec on Tnosday; Montreal (o- day. on Monday morolnj at 3.50.--'. I St. Cyprian's S. S. Rally Day Sunday' afternoon Is Rally Day for the Bible classes attached lo St. Cyp- rian's Sunday school, as well ag for Ihe younger children. Every enrolled member of Ine Ufble classes, and all old members are expected to be pre- sent, and the young people and men and women of the cfly, who do not already attend Bible class, are invited lo St. Cyprian's at three o'clock on Sunday afternoon. There Is an Adult class for.young and old men and wo- men, (aught by Rer. Canon .VcMll- len, and Junior boys' and girls' classes. Bijou Theatre Pre-eminently the beat, the program at (he Bijou" again tonight fully main- tains the position of this theatre am- ong the photo-play houses of the city. 'For Love, Life and a ro- mance of -'the Spanish-American- war. In three .riels of toncentraled essence of excitement, through which runs a definite and cleverly written plot, the entire feature assuring the Interest of the onlooker from beginning lo end. Or.o excellent comedies fo.- which the. Bijou is becoming famous, and the spiendfd music, completes the program. LOCATE St. Mafy'a Men's Society win liolil a whist drfve and dance In Unity Hall, Thursday, September 18, at 8 o'clock] Good prizes and refreshments. Gents ladles 25c. Stifrat the Front in Quality and Prices Swift's Lard......55c Stbs Swift's Lanl......90c. lOtbs sVlffs I.ard 51.75 Bacon, Ib 35e Swift's p. Hams. Swift's Hailed Ham, Ib ,40c. AT PRESERVING.1 FRUIT ITS BEST PEACHES, PEARS CHAB APPLES 'I uol convenient to call at store. 574 forC yel. Phone 574 for Yet JM 1Jlh St South J. TUFF, Premium Store Nett to new MethDdlit church Instructed To Sell TWe Modern Cottages six rooms each, and in good repair They are well situated in North Lcthuricke and we will sell one or all. L. S. Ripley Co. Office Macdonald Block. Phone 1034 Freih Every Day DOUGHNUTS ROCK CAKES GINGER CAKES TARTS COOKIES JELLY ROLL LAYER CAKES Lethbridge Y Special Prices on Cii'oicQ of Assorted CHocolates, all; test make's inade.' .v'---: 4_ 40 Cents Per Pound Delicious, Home-made Candy 25 Cents Per Pound WE SELL CIANONG'S, LOWJfEY'S MOIE'S OHOCO.LATES BOXES. A Few Specials in Fruit Peaches, pbr dozen, 20c and Peaches, hox... Pears, per b'ox 20c, and Tomatoes, per Ib. lOc; per basket .r. .Tokay Grapes, per Ib, lacj.Per basket -ill ._ -xi per dozen Home-made Ice Gream. The Qlympia Confectionery Fifili Kf 327 Fifth St. South TO TRADE FOR REAL ESTATE OR feOUITY IN FA.RM LANDS 1 SO-h.'p, Untlermounted Avcry i 4Z-7D Soparator, Avery, 1 CooV 1 Buok car. 1 I2-bottom John Dtere-Knglne gang plow. for raw farm or equity In largo 'holdings. CM .deliver Immedtetcly. ADDRESS BOX E, MAORATH, ALTA. Three Snaps for Three Days Block 162 lois'on 12t'h St. from car line, each on easy terms, Block 120 One of thc-licsf' residential, corners, 125 ft. on Glli Avenue South, corner 16th cash ,bnlance arranged. QueenuVictoria Park Two Corner lots for the pair. 'Terms, P. O, BOX 327 E, V, Dooley LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, PHONE 1441 John Dtiarness, of' London, was el- ected president of tho Ontario His- torical association. ftancls Tracy, oldest ex-'mcmbc, Kingston city council, Is 'dead, ;