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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.23 a Dny Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEK IN LETHBRIDOB The Dallas Hotel U jn'd CMIVW lent U Stay Threshers' Cable one only 00 Special Prices on Brass Engine Supplies "and Rubber Belting from 2in. to 6m. C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That You Money 310 5th Street Phone 761 The Preserving Season is Almost Over RAMS FOR SALE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 300 Head of Pure Bred Imported Rambottillet Rams Two yean fine breeding condition, al very raaianible prices Ttii U the best Ramboulllet blood that ever entered Western ClnUa. II TOU vant to Improve vour flocks from a mutton and see or wrlta to FL C HARVEY RAYMOND, ALBERTA These sbeep can be seen at my ranch south of Riymond at any Ume. green Tomatoes. PicKl't olhor articles. fed, at the season. 1'rlci Slbs for 25d CONCORD the Nlnilori District oi Ontario, finest au'slity, Lrst flavor. Per lisket preserving. Pears have very scarce tfls yeir. but managed to lan'l Flemish Beauty or Kail Butter. Price per cafe S2.85 have teiu informed oy tht-; shippers that these are about dote for'Ibis year. Price and.................. FREESTONE per 81.00 to preserve or plcile tils season you vrllf have very soon. We oJ. Own rickllag Potatoes and ITALIAN Peach boses. Price per tXK SI.00 CRAB extra flue; for pickling or Jelly. Per largo Also in i'ear are usually sold'as Apple cases, per case-................ RIPE extra, targe .lot coming for the week-end business. Our shipper these are about done for. Get fuaif while you can. i01t> boxes, por'bos SI.35 5H> baskets, per basket 1................ 35i LOIti cratts. per crate.................. 81.25 We Lead, Others Follow Crab Apples, lull size boxes, per box H.so Blue Label Catsup, per bot. 30c Strong Yliu-gar, while and Malt, ;-per gallon .'.............60c. Six Eacke Salt ............25c 16 01. Raisins, per fltt. l.ylu'B Syrup, 2 Its........ ToVay Grapes, per ru While Potatoes, 20Ibs Zebra Stove Polish..... Ontario Cheese, per It) .IDc. 20c loc 25c. 10c. Phone 574 for Best Pricet Yet .-----PHONEl------ Greetry Dept Dtjt. 1271- THE GOOD COMPANY Hijri Growers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grocery rxj WEATHER Specisd Inducements to Thrifty Shoppers There is positirely no cscuse'. for" the low prices mentioned oelow-we iira'ply'lave the "goods fo sell, and you judge for rour- Eelt the fairness of our proposition. We always; give a "aijuare" deal for a "rouad" dollar. IBOJli Camrose'Creamery Butter per Ib................ 35e B. C: Supar -Ont. Cheese, per Ib........20c Bluf Ribbon Tea. 3Ib 11.00 CrjECO [for tin 35c Clover Hqhey (New 'Per bottle 30e. Quaker Data (large) Quaker Oils, (small) I5c. li. sack'----......30c. Woe -Vinejar, gal. 60c. Ideal Cream Cheese, pkt. ..25c. Fruit Sealers (all sizes) Fruit Jar Rings 3 'doz. for 25c. FRESH FBUIT-AND VEGE- TABLES IN DAILY Tomatoes, pe'r bsltL'....... 35e Baa'aaas..perJ.doz.' '.'........JOc Leaons, doz, .50c. Green per ID-----Ooc. Cucumbtrs, 6 for :i....... 25c PROVISIONS SBift's 3I1> pail......55c Swift's lard, 5tb 'pnil........ SOc Shift's BKaifast Bacon, tb Swift's Smoked Hani, ft. ..-l'30c Hams, per. 40c. Orders called and deljvered CENTRAL GASH GROCERY _ E; KtNNEAH; PROPRIETO.R Orders Sent .V. Phont 1J57 612 7ih South. High Low 61 39 OS 31 65 3S B2 36 60 3t 64 30 Lethbtidjt, clear Edmonton, dear Calgary, clear Macleod, clear Medicine Hut. fair i'ricce Albert, deal Jloose Jaw, clear Winnipeg, cloudy Knmloops, clear Penticton Saskatoon, fair Regina, cleat Nelson Grand r'oris In Manitoba the weather has been cool with scattered showers in S as latchewan fine and cool, while' in Al- lerta the ttmpcratures have risei arid il bau'lrfen fine. FORECAST: Westrrn Provinces Fine and' warmer todaj- and Friday and north wrinds: showery. 43 50 70 63 4S 42 CITY ANT) 'One of Men J. H. Dickson, bayjer for ILe-Swil Co., is registered at the. Aleiaudra. A CnlcisoVltitor'' John' E.' br-Chicago.' proprie- tor of the Wells farm at Wells Siding IB ou a business trip to this district. Touring'South. LTne Joseph Parr, 'inspector for tht A erta Pacific Elevator Co., is maViri tour on-the.south lines today. The fire department was called ot oday at 11 o'clo'clt .to a Bmall.I" m Fourth strecti Very little ras done. Furs Re-lined Ordirt Neatly Executed Moderate Charges Phone 10Z5 or-Call 295 7th Ave. A- City ILL Bi NO SESSION '.Min'neapoSs, Minn.. r.6t be a special session of the eglfllature to consider state-wide con- rol of public utilitieB." "Abandonment ol the proposed cad- 'Uggested fo'r'OctODer was announced if. Governor Bbern'art' last nlght- .Vhile expressing regret, the governor 'it a careful ranvass of the situation lorapelled the action taken. Back frcm'.Montreal S. .1. Shepherd, of the'iaw firm Shepherd Dunlop, has return from an eastern trip -which Icclud Montreal, N'ew VorX and Chicago. 5 Shepherd attended the meeting of the American Bar association, of -which ex-P-E-sldent Taft was "elected- presi- dent, in Montreal. 0 wn a Ami you own the key to real pleasure Take pictures of places and 'aces you are interested la and yo'j have lasting rec- ord you will In years to cbnie.vj Let 11 E show you eailly a kodak Is operated. WE DEVELOP' FILMS PROPERLY. WE GOOD PICTURES 5ITY 'AND DISTRICT To Recuperate J.' Goode leti yesterday to spend-a few days at 1'incDer Creek uhlle rccuiwratlng after bis recent lit ness. -Vilitlng Old 31. Uiinbcrt, formerly of Leth bridge, arrived in the clly Ibis morn Ing Irora He IB accom panifcd iiy his little ton. His Grocery C. M.-McCarty has sold his grocer; business in North Lethbriiige to Kob ert It. Sapg, and wlli Join the Ellison Milling as Ellesman. "San.Toy" GenUemen Tonight Theie will be a practice of the inali oices of the Operatic Society thla O( nlnB at.JIr.'FranX Wad.dlnston's res! ncW 1241 Fifth avenu's A South Ing your luuslc. the Drug v: Ltd, Jfetilcine Hat, Alta., Stpt. A team of thirty-two Knights of Py thlas from l-ethbrlige are in Medi cine Hat Initiating a number of local knights 'into the. mysteries of the Dra- matic 'order' of the Knights of Khor- tssan.- 'The visitors are being royally entertained by.. the local knights and the Board of trade. Tie -'visitors include: C. F. P. Cony- tieire, K.C., J E. Clarlt, Gus Nel'dlg.'R.' Ti M. Sao1- ojrsil, A. ii. Ritchie. J. George Har- per. C. J. Rllier. M. n. steele, R. D. Robsoa, W. S. Saorer, A. Seldig. It. move: Is, J. W. Delay, a Ua Morrl G. N. Mcl-ein, Chai. IvnuJs'.on. F. S. McCnw..i; K. Fowler. W.'l. Taylor, W..P. Hoy, E. R. .Olmelead, .1. C. Pet- erfon, o' A. E.-Muirheiul, of iChlnook: The members of tbe or- der >-ere initiated H.' B. boti, P.. W. lllghlon, R. N. Johnson, lohn Robertson, .A. II. Houlen, Leon Hevtitt, Geo. H. Snowden, A. H. BaJi- A. Patterson. 'Isaac J. Chapman. Percy Yco. W. H. Tingle, John Beth, J, Douglas, 0. H Gross. W'rn. J. John Snon-don, David Hii- William Lancaster, James D. Palmer, E. Townaend. K. D. Cox. L. H. Hopper. '.John Steirart, John Mitchell, Andres Henderson. A Money Maker SO feel on 7th Avenue South .bttween 19th and 20th facing south, for 600O TERMS ilOUSES TO RENT fll Ci. ''Sherlock BERMIER. IS HEADING Uiir.g New Sheds Fre-rght ousincss in the city was diverted to the new sheds this morn- Ing, and all freight iTanjactjons will be made there from now on. .The of- fice stiff was moved yesterday after- noon, and for a few days will be hous- ed in the now freight .house, which In future will handle all outgoing freight As coon us tSe old Ehetls are' transferred to the-concrete founda- tions, the regular, freight staff will occupy this.building, whileJ'qe new office will house the shed foreman, Uie- Western Transfer Co. and the bond office. The old buildings will be uced as delivery sheds.only. The first pctlon of Ihe old .building Is lelns :d today. H was blocked upland ___-ack laid under 11, the flaticars being placed u'nilor'.the hiiildlng pre- paratory to moving. Tho new sheds will accommodate ninety-six- cars at the satr.e.tlrne, and a unique system of IransferHng and unload- ing has been installed, that it will e almost impossible for congcsllon to ccur. The freight tralflc for tic onth side, whjch amounts to about 50 draj'loads a day, will go via See- nrt and Third avenues to Thirteenth rcet anil thence, to tie shells. he old sheds are entirely removed nd the foundations filled In. the Ire south slito of the tricks along Second avenue, from Fifth to Thir- ecnth street will be converted Into and fihrubljery plots, ma-nitf one of tho finest parks In the entire vesl. FOR PORT Quebec, Que, Sept. 21.-The Arclic sctoono: Eifcc Maud, which look Cap- tain Hernler and hla cr6w on his fifth expedition in '.he Polar regions. Is on her way bacX to this port from which two years ago. This fiftl expedition .of Captain Hcrnier was notisultsldlzed by the. Canadian gov eniment, as were ttrree of the pre- It-was merely i commercla enterprise, And had but little, to 0 the exploration of Iho Polar seas lils.crfiw ate ex IhlB afltrnooii. Xow.is llic time, to assist yoiii' -friemls'- of the poultry yavd.-. DR..HESS' PANACEA', 35c, 85c and r't J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd, The Store TELEPHONE MCX JZJ J.-TUFF, Premium Store S24 11th St. South Next to new Methcdlrt church FOR THE HOSTESS Neapolitan Ice Cream In the following VANILLA, STRAWBERRY, PISTACHIO, "PINEAPPLE, CHOCOL-' ATE, ORANGE AND MAPLE Any flavor Icei or Sherberti KILLIEN 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge X CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE AT YOUR OWN PRICE IN' THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE, THIS FARM HAS BEEN PLACED ON'TH'E MARKET AT ABOUT soft LESS THAN mis WORTH. X Apply to ALBERTA LOAN INVESTMENT CO. f 41S FIFTH STREET SO'JTK X The case: df Dawson vs: Uecfr; an clion to- retoTer damages' 'the eath of. a horse, tried before Judse actyorifln Court, re- uiled 'in' a vi'ctofy' for tie defendants. t seems lhat winter during a cold nap the'pound keeper put two elonging-to Mr. Davison In pound, Trtiich happened to he Mr. Peck's sta- The owner released .them.-but wing to the excessive cold arranged with Foreman Bent, of the stable to live trieni left in the corral for a day or two until tlie weather moderated. The horee'a were put in the stable at night and in the morning one of them was found dead. Responsibility for .he death, was to fixed by the ac- tion. One .point raised 4jy Jlr. Daw- spa was'.that range horses should not bo put into n stable, but the crus of Ihe case .'rested on the way the horss was tied In the stall! One horse was (led up with a halter, wUcb was all righL Tlie horse found Scad was tied wllh a rope around Us neck. Was U strangled, or did It