Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Gtoy HoHl V Atfcartt TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WMIN IN The Dalian UtMtel J th. Mwt km to Madam! Have you ever looked into the merits of the famous ROCHESTER THE We would like to show you this line mid in- vite you to call and cxanihic it. In Wash Boilers .We liavc XXX Charcoal tin, with 14 07.. cold rolled copper bottoms. Also in nicklc plated copper. All are -warranted not to rustt C. W. GRAY School Opening ON MONDAY Remember when you SCHOOL BOOKS, SCRIBBLERS, PENCILS, CRAYONS, ETC, You will tind it to your, advautage to buy your goods trom ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE .NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIMT DOOR WEST or UNION BANK. PHONE tm AOENTS FOR EMPIRE AND TYPEWRITtM KODAKS Let us do your Developing? We guarantee-expert work and satisfaction. We have a complete assoriment.qf films. Let us show you the VEST POCKET KODAK and Enlarging The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO AL1ERTA DRUG CO. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions doctor your cue apdr preMribw for you, be'intenda you U> follow direction not only m taking the cine exactly as he But In securing thj exact mtsdicine that he indicatss. In our Prelcriptlon DepirtiMt we tike'particular pmins to ybur..vhealth and to'aBSiat by using ing. but pure, powerful, full strength caemicals and drugl. Send your- prescriptions to ut. JACKSON CO. 9HEM.BCK (LOCK. Painting and Decorating Experts in interior decorations. IF you a Job consult us. Advice cheerfully given. See our Llncrusti Walton work at the Lethbridge HoteL WELLINGTON BROS. 613-10th St. South Phone 1472 SCHOOL SUPPLIES We carry a full stock ol' scribblers, excvciso books, pencils, public and high school text books and all other jreqiiisitcsifor schpo.l KENNY ALUN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLrVIR BLOCK PHONE Bartlett Pears for Preserving SPECIAL I'KICE Onl-ySO.cases to sell at-S2.25 per 40lb case. 'Place your orders early insure getting a case ol' these at this Everyone in First Class condition. We liave another car of assorted fruits to arrive this coming Thursday. This car comes direct from Lcwlston, Idalio und will contain Crawford and Elherln Poaches, Italian Prunes in ajid boxes, Uartlett and Pears, Grapes, Watermelons, tmd Tomatocfc Watch this Ad. For PHONES: Oneiry Dipt. IM. Wholwale Dtpt, 1WV Crtam DepL Iff. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS Ml CRIAM FRUIT ANB WHOLISALE 4 RETAIL PHONEC .Creetry Bept.; 62fw Whaltuli Dtpt 127U iMCrum Dipt. (0. WEATjaCEK Kiliuuniun .61 30 .35 I Calgary 4S Maclcoil 73'i 5i) Medicine SO 86. Rcgina 65 52 Nelson 'M 48 Grand Forks v........Ji :75..3G .......'7J'.M Saskatoon...... 67 47 Moose 64. 48 Brandon 70 Winnipeg............. 60 IS Kamloops 76 "1 Alberta has teen cool and cloudy Manitoba and Saskatchewan iloud; a (ew showers. FORECAST All West: Cool and showery. CITY AiVP DISTRICT Visiting his Brother W. H. BeHord of City Falls, Iowa, is in-the city visiting his brother, L. D. Bedford, while-, returning from a trip to Portland, Ore. Goes to Edmonton G. A. Milne, who was. connected with the street railway, system here, left yesterday-for' Edmonton to occupy a position with Ute street railway com- pany there. James tetthead's Funeral I The funeral of the late Jamee Leith- ead will-take place from Fetterly'B.UQ: dertaking parlors to-the Public ceme- tery tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Rev. T. P. Perry will be.in charge obsequies. The Masonic brethren of the city have charge of the funeral ar- BuvineM .Outlook Fine Robert a .prominent com- raercial man, representing of the large wholesale houses ..in Toronto, la a. visitor in city at present. Air. Oillespie has been on s. business visit all -through the West, and is greatly pleased with conditions at present. He says that money .is more plentiful this than last, and in proof of thta stated to a that he was already several thousand dollara ahead1 of last >oar. The crops appear to Mr Glllespie to be mTOeal shape, and (here every reason now to look for a highly successful financial seaion. Died at 'Calgary lir. and Mrs. William street, have suffered a sad bereave- ment in the death of their only daugh- ter, Mrs Fred Braaon, of Calgarj Al- berta, which occurred on Sunday. No particulars have been received, the message conveying the sad news sim- ply stating that she.had passed away Sunday morning and "that the bqdy was belng'brought to Smiths Falls. Death .must have come very suddenly, as a letter was received by her mother from her on Friday and at that time she was In the'beat'of. health. Her pareiita and brother Mr. Harry Scott, have just returned from a pleasant vis- it to her home and the news of: Mrs. Brason's sudden death "comes as a great shock to the family, The deceased wag 23 years of age, and her life, until her marriage about two years'ago, was lived here. She was a bright, winsome young girl, a general favorite with.all who knew her and there is great sorrow among her many friends in town' over her early death. She leaves to mourn her loas her husband, a little, daughter about one year parents and brother, for all of whom the deepest sympathy is felt. .The funeral rangemclts have not yet been made, but the announcement .will be made Rideau Smith's Falls BUSINESS LOCALS quick Cfrar 3 tors. U-i Pure, rich, thick Shipments received dally; pints, 25c., quarts, 46c, Geo, Kerr Co.y 0 For high class French dry cleaning phone 474, the. Crown Cleaners. 17S-0 H. E. llrownjng, piano tuner with Mason Ji phone Phone Gfifi the Messenger Service tor prompt message and baggage "delivery. make clothes with quality bench .The Special Offer School' Opening A BIG BALLOON GIVEN AWAY TO EVERY PUPIL purchasing school supplies to the amount of 15c or more. Our'Stock of school supplies is very large and represents big value in every line. Come in and let us sh'pw you what we have. -.-DON'T FORGET Buy your school supplies at the Red Cross get-a big balloon free of cost. j Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Phone 555 3rd S. LIMITED Family Chemlrti Spices We havf one of tho iliosfc comprehcn-. sive lines" of t li c highest quality of spices in, the west. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. THE HEXALL STORE CITY AND DISTRICT Vi.fted B. C. Points C. H. the Standard Ag- ency, of this city, returned this morn- ing from a. business trip, to British Columbia points. On Day of Funeral On Thursday afternoon, Ensign An- drews and .Pease'will conduct a special prayer meeting In the Salva- tion Army hall at. 2.30 p.m. This meet ing of prayer is held on behalf of the late leader General Booth. Every Christian and non-Christian .is invit- ed to this meeting. There no Quorum An attempt was made by the Board of Trade today to call 'a meeting of prominent local men for the purpose of discussing the, proposed camjwign to lake the navy out of politics, a movement which is understood .to have d Us rise Twenty local men have been asked to support the movement, hut the meeting, which was to have heen held In the office of- the president of the Board of Trade, <1M not materialize, owing to the lack of quornm. The meeting likely be called al BOJUC later date CITY AND DISTRICT -Sergt..Kroning Now Constable Kronmg, of the city police force, has becu promoted to the' rank of sergeant, assuming: his new duties this afternoon. Send In Your Bill- All persons having accounts against the Lethbridge Exhibition Board should send them in to the secretary j at the earliest convenience. i Spokane Was Late j ij Owing, ito a landslide in the tains, traiu 32 eastbouiid was late, today. Passen- gers did not arrive in Lethbridge un- til 11.30 this forenoon. He Has 'Appendicitis L. Limdy'of the city electrical de- partment was taken to Gait hospital this morning suffering from cit-Is, Ha will'undergo au. operation tomorrow. To Weild the Baton R. Needs has been appointed to handle J. B. Gaskell's orchestra work, air. Gaskell has gone to Calgary to conduct the Orchestra In, sthe new Sherman Grand theatre. Uniforms Arrive The 'uniforms -for the Kilties Band which have been lost in transit for the past two months, finally arrived-this morning, and will be in service at an early date. The band will likely give a public-concert within a short time .Laliberte Remanded Jean Laliberte -appeared yesterday the Mounted Police Bar- racks, before Inspector West, on the arge of horse stealing; from Wm. EJozkhuk in the North Ward. -He was remanded for eight-days. Doctor Rivers' Friends, AH Aboard Dr. Rivers, warden of the provincial all, has the of owning the first electric runabout in the city. The car arrived in the city last week and was put Into commission today. With-the treats'uaved It will not be long before here will be several of these hand- ome little machines in the city, Masons to Attend Funeral All members of.North Star Lodge STo. 4; A; F. and A. M., are requested o meet at the lodge rooms ,at 2 p-.m. (Wednesday) August .28, or-the purpose of attending the fun- iiul of the late James Leitheads .leinbers of' Lethbri-dg-e Lodge, No. 9, and U.D., are'also equested to be present. S. Great spiritual -meetings were con- ucteil in the Army hall all day last lunday, -by Mrs. Staff Cantain Coombs rom Toronto, and MTB. Russell, from Dalgary, Mrs. Coombs over wen ty years' service as 311 Army of- icer in India and Canada. Mrs. Eus- ell, who" is a niece to 'Secretary J. Tuff, the local corps, also has been n officer in the large cities of AmerL- a for a-number of years. One young man was converted on Sunday night, Band's Work Appreciated One of features at the Fail this. j year was the work of the City toand, twenty-four strong, under Sir. Cline's The .crowds on the gntnd stand showed marked appreciation of the fine music played, and many were the compliments heard. '.Mr, Cline through the Herald express' the appreciation of the. men for thGf courtesy shown by employers in al- lowing, them .the time.off, so that they, could The'baud is rapidly rounding.Into' one of the finest musi- cal organizations in the West. To Take Pott Graduate Cowries Dr.'.John Duncrfh left this afternoon for N, D.; where be will spend some time closing out his business there, .after which he will go to Chi- cago where he will take a course of clfnloAl for a couple of weeks. Or.'Duncan, will motor to [Jnlmm, stop- ping way at Havre, Montana, where will visit friends. Dr. CraM ford will also leave in a few davs for Esmond, N. D., where ho will also look'After business makers. He will nccompanied by, Mrs. Crawford and family. During the absence of Dra. Crawford and Dimcmi, their office iu KJrkjiam block will closed. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts ]ilv( rything on wheels for (he baby. ii-WheoI sulkies, -in vood and wicker. side pi'otectors, i folding the tiling for, summer and 'Collapsible go-carts, in .'rod, gj-can and--- hinclc, best Victoria cloth English Perambulators, 'largo and roomy: lined AV.ii.li finest leather- to Carriages in all designs and prices, from to HAVE A LOOK AT OUR FAIR EXHIBIT Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawdeii Brothers Hull Block I'hone Avc, Tools for Building Trades CARPENTERS, BRICKLAYERS PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON, STANLEY, ATKINS, "0. V. B." "KEEN STARRET, P. S. W., GOODELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. ITM AND 4TH AVE. LtTHBMIOOI. awn rence B your residence look Fifty Per cent More Valuable WE HAVE TIIE BEST 30 inches'high................ Inches high lli per foot 16c per foot .-............9c. per foot Hardware Company THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endleo Cinvii B.llt; Luther Beltlndi Rubber Belting; Luce Lubricators, Oil and Create GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES 3iock ImmediJite Shipment Ajtnti for Canadian Fairbanks-Morie Oil Tractort, Ennlnen, Etc. Qrdtri from THE TRADE eipecially loliclt.d J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phonei 7S5 and 1796 Lethbridge, Alta. Ave. S.