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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f REE BU3 TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Yl'fudsot Btil a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDOK The Dallas Hotel tho fit it >nd Molt lent to Threshers' Gable one only oo Special Prices on Brass Engine Supplies and Rubber Belting from 2in. to Gin. C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money 310 5th Street Phcno 761 RAMS FOR SALE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 300 Head of Pure Bred Imported Rambouillet Rams Two fine breeding condition, at very reasonable prices This U bwt Runboultlet Mood that ever entered Western Canada. If you want to Improve your flocks from i mutton and wool standpoint, see or wrHe to R. C. HARVEY RAYMOND, ALBERTA These sheep can be at my ranch souih'of Raymond at aiiv lime- Furs Re-lined and Muffs Re-stuffed Orders, Neatly Executed Phoi-.e 1C25 or Call 235 7th A- South, City Snliiustrated lecture tc Vsld In St. Andrew's church at 8 p.m. Friday next, Sept. 26 Under auspices of. the Young Ladles' Andrews church. By the Rev. Jas. M.ifL, His. subject will be VOId Glasgow and some cf Us Street Characters such aa "Haw- Old, tic. Scctc-hmen eipectally should .hcar_ this lecture Sarnla went Sarnia deben- "worth of tbe loads been disposed of vlihln'thc last" Jew days. .MR. KpRBEMAN, both-ln and out' of town FOR SALE The staoilard bred famous pac- ing slalltcn Prino Tipping, bred by-Htigfi Tipping, Lfetowef, Ont weight aboJt 1200Jba, pi-o- portioned, and one of the best :brer) horsi-s In America. Age 3 years. suit buyer. Writo or stni better.inlerTlew owner. A. J. SPRAGUE The Arlington hotsF. 13ie horso- is hsre for. Insfec- lion. It, docs nol taj tu late herezar.. -Get.Ihe facts. DISTRICT NEWS qOALDALE H. A. uagilt was ic on At the Ladles' Aid meeting last Wed- ue5day g vole was cast :o give one of their famous suppers in October. Mrs. John Davidson is entertaining her Norman Sunderland, from Delavaa, 111, Mr. J. to lake a trip to his Montana'ranch .this week. On Sunday llrs. W. H. Paw- aoa, jr., ealertiilijed a{ a 111., re-union In honor of Mr. und Mrs. w. H. PawEon, sr.; Mrs. Norman Sunder- land. Mr. Ernest.Mount and Ralph Un. fand..who visiting here. Those present who now lire here from bela- van nere .Mr. and Mrs. John' David- They Are Certainly Going Very Fast You what is Homy fas If Why the Monlunu Ciiib Apples we hail advertised on SnlunUiy uutl no wonder, lor they arc unilouhlntly Uie finesl Crub Apples you can jM and then cnusider the. very low price we are selliny them for. Never before have these been sold iil'sueli a luw price in MONTANA CRAB ones'vie- are so much abaul. large cases. Trauseen- Uiiitp or Very special price while I hey last. Per large case...............51.85 DUCHESS a few cases left, all sound, euro, flue cookers, while they last per ITALIAN vtlshfag on au over- about 2tllb5.; usuiliy these cases avei-oeo about Very best quality. Juit ripe enough to be flavored right. Per cage FREESTONE or Craw- forde; peaobes are- about at their last; get a caw you cm. Prtw. per CMS......J1.00 Preserving pears are very scarce hut we. c.Npccl a shipment in'.tomorrow or next day and hope to be able then to till all our buck orders. Grocery Oept. 824 Wholesale DepL 1271. TO17 GOOD COMPANY High Clan Fruit and Con. I f ectioncry. Whoioale and Retail -----PHOHEI------ rj.pt. IM Whel.tml. mi. WEATHER WEATHER Lrtbbridge. ilear 52 .1C Edmonton, clear 50 30 Saskatoon, clo'Jdy 42 Hegin.2. clcsr 43 31 .03 lirandira, fail 15 33 Winnipeg, cloudy 48 31 .01 Port 44 M .01 NclEon 61 35 Grand Forts 68 33 Calgary, clear 5S 30 .32 Macleod, clear 53 27 Medicine fair 52 30 Karuloops 66 35 IVntictoD...... 61 31 Tte has quite cool over the prairie provinces. Rain and snow have fallen at many points in Manitoba ar.d easl.'ra and southern Saskatchewan. FOHECAST: Manitoba Sas- katchewan-Clearing with a -little higher temperature.; .-Thursday tair. aad wainifx today and Thursday.. CITY AM) DISTRICT .Off lo the Coalt. R. AV. Long, assistant freight, agent In tie local yards, nnd MTS. Long will Ifcave shortly for a month's trip to the coast. Mr. and-Mrs. n. S. Pawson" and'son, and Mr, Wm: .Mcllowell. Other guests nere Sir. and Mrs. A. Haley. Frank Knapp has a new Ford touriaa-car. A Money Maker 50 feet on 7th Avenue South- between I9th antf 20th S Intel facing icuth, for GOOD TERMS ..HOUSES TO RENT Co, Phone' 644 ;OWENDA'LE ndale, Alia'., Sept. J. llcFariacn, who has been the student rhiesionary representing the Presby- Ian'church in the Owendale fieTd for .past .summer, preached his on Suaday, cud on -Monday left.for Cardston, where he took train for Kingston, 'Ont. Mr. McFaddeu has done splendid work at Owendale. Under his the congregation has a raember- ship roil begun, an elder ordained, a communion service held, a Sunday well estaMlalieti, and a high' of living adopted fey the coin- jmunlty. Mr. McFidden win" finish his [degree in arts'ihls year at Queen's" University. It Is not known whether or not provision will be made for Eer-- vices during the'winler. tircsning Was In full sting In ecdalo district when the rain came. Stooks got 3 good drenching, but -will dry off Mn'a few. days and work will be rea-jmed. Pamela's outfit Is work; jlng at. the Owecdale farm. Grain Is jlum'ns'.out better than anticipated. jYV. n. HicS.mjer threshed twenty-stv- en buahcls of .winter wheat lo the acre. A new outfit fcom Montana has pulled Into the (liRlrlct north of hero Mr. 'S. Mcrarlane. of Mountain View.- Cal.. father of Mrs. A. C. Drake. Is spending.! month at the Drake farm. Mr. Drake's molhcc Is also a risltor, and his father Is eipocted In a weelt's time. Mrs. George N'ay has been 111 for some months, and the EPGIO to ree as to Idc lialure of the. 111- neaa. Since returning from tridge, Mrs. Na? has had another sick spell. The school Is.down to liunineis ag- afn with twenty-one pupili ON the roll. Is tfie largest eniollmeni since the school was built. Mr. F. J. Whit. imarsh, last ypar's teacher, ?s aijam In and jfqod' success Is assured ,for another term. Mr. Jos. Chamberl'.la IB [lljpoalns of his stock and effecli, and, It Is ;alr1, return the east, from whence he came. York City will be his future home. .Mr. McFadden. tha mlsilotiary, has had his hoiie laid up for some- time wiMi z cut fcol, tho result of a wire accident. i II. .T. pawson wat i CarrMon visl- lor on Saturday, VA Real Old-Timsr William Geary, one of the ers of Innisfall, is a delegate to the I convention ofthe Alberta .Pharma- ceutlcal association. Bibulous Bunch .-Three drunks' confronted .the mag- strale this mornliig. One bad a JOB in sigbt and-was allowed'to go, but; tbe othETs paid a dollar. and costs fine.. Will' M'eel Tonight Shekinah Chapter, No. 158, R A.M., will meet In the Masonic Temple at eight o'clock Uiis evening. All visit- ing companions will be cordially wel- come. Own a Kodak And you the key to real pleasure Take pictures of places and faces you are 'iuterested in and yo-j have a lasting rec- ord you will not part with In years to come. Let us sUow you tiou- easily a kodak is operated. li'." WE DEVELOP FILMS PROPERLY. WE PRINT GOOD PICTURES v. The Ried Cross Drug IH Thlrt CITY AND DISTRICT Looking for Cattle David BakovskI, tie Winnipeg oat- He buyer, Is In lie'city lodav, and will .our looking for calllo lor eiporL Banker Transferred who has held the position of teller at thei Canadian Hank of Commerce at Warner for some time post, lefi last week for Vancou- ver, having been 'transferred to tbat point ".He Is Weil Pleased R. E. Skelth, who operates a Ip.rge 'arm at-X2H- Daviou, .is in the city oday on business. Mr. Skelth Is well pleased with "the yield.! on his farm, find "siates that they are up to alt pr- rectatlons. He will be moving Ms family' to shortly for the winter. Back to Mines J. H. Miller, vllh J. D. Co., returned yesterday afternoon 'rom Toronto and Barrle, where he spent a month's vacation at his old home. An Excellent .Win. Roitc, of Black Spring Ridge, reports that a twenty-acre field of Manilla wheat on his farm- yielded 313" bushels, or 57 1-10 bushels to the acre; 180 acres o! !le_d Fife yielded 40 bushels to the acre. Too Monotonous Kid burglars arc still at work in the city. Last Saturday night the H. A. McKillop grocery store was broken in- to for tbe second time in a fortnight. The till was vlfied and the loose change lalten. Mr. McKlllop asks that the perpetrator pick another spot next lime. Chitf Davis It Popular Chief Davis, frim to leaving Toron- to for Ltthbrldse, vras preaenteii by some of his old frEends In the Ontario city with a golJ-headed cane. The presentation took place -at Ihe Union depot just bsfore the train departed.- Thi thi rtiamcr Man- collated at Quebec, killing one innn. Now is the time to assist your friends ofthe poultry. yard. DR. .PANACEA 35c, S5c and J. D. Higinbotham The Stora TELEPHONE NO. Owners Wanted A lady's handbag was found this morning by a "ten-year-old boy, Mike Pahara, 6u. Third avenue. .Mike was an "honest lltile and promptly (obi the big to the poll CD station.' It contalne'd some money and arti- cles of value, ami the owne'd may have same by Identifying the property. Otier lost articles at tho.police sta- tion Include: An automobile'lamp, a dinner' pall, and a roll of overalls and clothing. ;To Plan Boys' Conference ill'be served1 Bt 6.15 to- ifo S'.' M. C. A.'to the mem- bere of the Inter-Sunday.school coao- cil of boy workers. The following re- presentatives will be present: Mr. William Frame; Cooper; H. a. Mc- Elyea; First V. It. Gil- lore; Fifth avenue H. Elmer Gveen; St Bird; St. Arnold; St Andrew's Robert'Johnfon; 'Mi. >lr. Leggatt, o! Calgary, will present to outline the plans for an older boya' conference to be held here lato' In October, -when uoys from Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat and all southern points will be In attendance. w m IHE CITY AND DISTRICT General Mtellng A genera! meeting of the Builders' Exchange will be he'U. In ihoir" rooms tonight at eight o'clock. Were PlayJrig a Joke It cost three vouM-be practical joV- s nine dollars a pitse yesterday tivnocn to perpetrate a. Joko on one j cf their-neighbors In tho dis- trlct en Monday night. A. Clayton, a farmer, had been away from homo all day, and ufon arrival home late at night, lie was 'startled by.hesrlng a suspicious outbreak In .his 'hen- coop. Uefore ho could caTry his in- tigatlor.8 lo any length; three dark forms emerged from the poultry dom- icile, and broke Into a run. Clayton said that cr.c man carried a turkey In each hand, but Still Toronto Mayor Hardtc !g sUll in Toronto, accordine to tho latest advices from him. He will remain'there a few dajrg Up to.the Tenants The voters' Hsts art being posted publicly today. TEicvn are thought to be se-veral hunilvcd tenants whose names have nol been added. The ad- dition ran lie made by calling on City Assessor Mccch, Older Bayft' Rally The oilier boys of Knoi Surday- school are asked to'rhet-t tn the school freshments be tor veil'. l speaker. Re- it when he gave chase jfoom tonight for tbe purpose of or- the man with the Thanksgiving appe- a boys' department of the lite dropped the birds, llcnrevel, he Sunday zcbool. Mr. Lcggatt, In capturing two of the cjl- Indent of the ..ccor.ilary division of prlts, and a who was nolt the Alberla Sunday School fled, was not long In sotting the other, tion, will bs the i Tbe three were b.-ought up before Supt. AVilton and A. ,E. Ilumphrlcs yesterday, charged with attempted theft, pleaded gulllf, 4nd wert fined and costs each. They gave Ihclr names as .V. Marsinil, F. llurrowca nnd Jim Sltelc. acd claimed-lhat they verc only playing 11 joke on Clayton. BIJOU THEATRE Attraction "THE DEAD SECRET' Friday, ScptfmWr' 26lh STEPS TAKEN BY GOVERNMENT TO OBTAIN ACCURATE RE- CORD OF ALBERA CROPS Krimonfon, Kept. 23. ThrcsMng machines throughout Alberta will be registered by the us scon as the provincial legislature, nor.- in sissicrr in il-.e parliament buildings in jidmontoti, enacts a bill, r.ovv in pre- paration.. There will be no fee lor registration. The department of agri- culture simply wishes the name and address of every owner and operator, to enable its officials to secure more accurate crop information. ''We do our utmost every year lo oJilain 'a reliable cfccc'-i on ciul> said an otfclal ot the gov- ernmcnt, "but usually after our reports we fir.d a in.iv- erict thresher here and there of whose we knew H every i tfireaLennan was compelled to regis- ter, we would know the location of all. As it is, the rrop ol Alberta Is underestimated annually to the detri- ment ol the province. Many thresher- men reh'jctanl aho'.it maVing re- turns. They should realize that alt the government wants is a correct crop estimate so that the Average yield may be determined. "We not prying into anybody's Threshers' returns ere not public property, nor is any way by which individual returns may le obtained other than through th? threslierman himself. We are natural- ly prowl of Albtrla's grain produc- tion anil we want ,th'c world lo know what tills province (3 doing. .ire s.ilisfied Dial the estimates ol our grr.jri t-rotliiclicn arc (at ex- ceeded Sy Ilic real figutes." We Lead, Others Follow Crab Aiipltj. full slie boie> ter Blue Lflbel Cnlsup. por bot. 30o Strong Vtuexar, white and Malt, per gallon gOc. Sis sacks Sail............ 25c 1C ot. Kalsins, pkt, Lrlffs Syrup. 2 IDs Tokay Crapes, per Hi V.'liUe Potatoes, ZOIbi Zebra Stove Polish Ontario Cheese, ttr.tu Phona 574 for Beit Yet 20c, 11th St South J. TUFF, Premium Store Next