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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO AL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day In IGe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The OallaiUIotol It Bent and 4 lent Plica to Stay Don't Put Off Your Christmas Buying Do il early and you will wisely. The iiinnv advantages secured by early shoppers makes il world while. You will have large seleet from. There is no rush or con fusion and yon get what you prefer. Let us help von select now. SILVERWARE SPECIALS. Cofl'ee Percolator I'rn Coffee Percolators aluminum. nt...............S6.00 to Chafing Dlslies to to SG.50 Baking Dishes.....53.25 to 53.75 Tea Pots to S3.75 Coffee Pots to SKATES FOR BOYS 4 GIRLS Sixes to fit every foot; styles to please everyone to S5 SCISSOR SETS An ide.il Kift for hulk's. Sets of 3 and 4 pairs of select finality. to FENDERS AND FIRE SETS A We shipment just in. Keniiers and sets in polished lirass The best value wo Iwve ever shown. to Fire Sets lo A GOOD CARVING SET will be :is welcome nml useful n "it'l :is you cnn select. Prices '.............52.50 to DON'T OVERLOOK SAFETY RAZORS We sell all tlh? good'ones and ibcy are specially good for men's gifts. Each to 515 APPLES FOR THE TABLE THK.MclXTOSII 1MM> nil tipples, will please and satisfy you. Ihc jucicsl anil flavored apple on the inn diet, jiisi inki- .iioUcVi of IJio HI. (ill. KKD CO IDE. These lire Koine very fast uml a cur ut' first china [Mill of llilij klutl lit Iliu price (juutwl will nuri-ly not his: IOIIK. Take our lip and got a case or two nt. iiruaaiit prices. 3 Ibs. Other Winter Varieties, per case.................... -Per Standard Size Case Free Sample ol Mcliitosli Apples. Notice our Window PHONES: Grocery Oept. 52ft, Wholesale Oept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE.CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE t RETAIL PHONES: .Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. CITY AND DISTRICT Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Ht-v; Mr. Lytlc tuft todny for Har- is, where he will preach anniver- sary services tomomnv. -lohn J. IX-huiy will bu in eliarge of j tin- new ini-at- marmot sit Kipp, which A. Peliuiy it t'o. iU'c nil Jloiiday nc-vt. j CI. [j. Viooman is reccivitic; con- gruuihitions of friends on bis appoint- j incut !o a position in iliu local cus- toins house. The Ulairmorc Eutei'l'risp says that hotel is amoni; the pus.si- for thai town IK-XL year. Tho site has been purchase One lone drunk paid the iK'nalty at A Few of the Good Books "The Following of the Star" "The Ne'er Do "The Glory of Clementine" "The Common Lnw'1..... .By Author of "The Rosary." ...............By Rex Beach. ._............By AV. .1. Locke ........._..... By Chambers "The Singer of the Author of "Si. CllthberfB." ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK iffRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PRONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD police court- this morn inc. ThvtY and, i j was [lie tax which lie diet1 mil I y paid! 'lor release from llu- chief's hostelry.) Hoy .ScciiU in suits are requested, io meet at the Y.M.C.A. m'Xt Tuts-i j day evening ji sovwi o'clock. Scoui-'. master ?.l. K, Kaake will be in i .charge. j .M. Aiikcn. manager of the Koy-[ !ai Hank of Canada in this city, left] today for LUainnore, where ;i branch the bank will lie opened in a lew days. H. p. C'ox, of the IHinois-AlheVia Kt-iiliy Co., was at Calsrary i day and purchased part of tin.' War- j wick- Park. The .company art 'placin-r liiis property (tn the m.u'kei in Leth- SS.GO .Buys You a 97-1'iecc Dinner [Service in tiny of Three riiii-enis. Special Price till Saturday .Xight. We give full value. I The Value Pure Drugs aud Experience in Compounding- Tlie valtia of Medicine lies equally between the purity and of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure tbat all medicines vail ba corn- founded rigiit. Urlas all your proscriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO rREICRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, HIPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 A Christmas Message Beautiful Boxed Stationery The gift qf a box of select stationery will give pleasure to the recipient .and will suggest your thoughtful ness for many days to come. Send a box of stationery to the absent one. Our stock shows the latest of design, texture and tint, boxed In handsome manner. JACKSON COPE PREtCRtPTION to JOHNtTON 4 JACKSON. tMiNLooK iLocK. PHONE bridtre. The window display in F. I.owes relative lo (Vpeear lots, is con si at mini on. "Tiie exhibition is ;1 novel one ami al- io-eUiLT. an effective advertising me-, diimi. tt'. A. Auhin, of Grassy Lake, ;utd Hullock, of Tabcr, ail of them J; heat ily interested in coal properties j j in the immediate vicinity of Tabor, in thr city-last night antl are day here on business in 'connection with ihcir rp.spe.et.ive com- jpanies. K. Fleming lias comptet'ed ar- rangements to open oHk-es in the Blenncr-Hnsseit block, where he will conduct a general real estate broker- age. Loans and insurance business. j The firm will he known as His ft. R. Fleming Agency and will be exclusive agents t'or Grand View, the property- purchased the Grand Trunk Pacific through the InternaUcn- al Securities Co. BORN Lethhridpe, Dec. to Or. and Mrs. R. C. McClnre, daughter. BUSINESS LOCALS CITY AiVD DISTKICT The Burns block is almost, completed. Tin; massive plain-glass windows wen1 in today and it ll not be many days until I', lluins I'o, occupy the premises. This building is drddiHlIy attractive a decided improvement to tin? locality. Luncheon will hit served to sup- port ors in Ceo. -M. Hatch's commit- tee room every day during (ho (.'lec- tion campni.nn at o'clock (noon) So that The worker.15 will he able to keep in close touch with each other and i furtlK-r plans for a successful cam- j MONTHLY PAY FOR THE MINERS LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemists Wo have, a Hue of well selected COMB AND BltUSII CASES filled with 'choice EBONY, PARISIAN IVORY GOODS. I .-'Come and make a selection, pay a small aindunt on depos- it' aud we it for you till wanted, by yon. Prices to J. D. H. Co., Ltd CITY AND DISTKICT SOME COMPLAINT AMONG THE j MEN ABOUT THE NEW j ARRANGEMENTS j The Herald has it on good author- iy th.it. the miners of District No. 8 will hi1 re.after have only one pay lay per month. It U thought lliatj j thN was of Iho stipulations of thu new at Frank sonic lime -and tlifi operators; Iiave decided io enforce the clause. Tins is a distinct gain to the oper-] iators. according io the opinion pressed ro a representative of the If Herald last night by unu (jf tin; aiors''association. It means one roll wbere two were required former-: Ily, and" the operators claim thai 'hujj 'saving will be a matter of dollars land cpnts to them I Utit if it is n lo the operators, I it is a distinct loss to the miners. Fortnightly pay has b''en onu of their strong points of agitation inr some jetirs. In fact, orgtinixed labor all over Canada demands, it, and the 'operators Can haruly bolievc that they have the privilvge to the change.. .The change has not yet been in-i troduced any of the camps, as it j is the custom to withhold the iirst two weeks' pay in any event, throw- j ing the pjiy since the stitlcmunt j of the strike a.iout Dec. 30. It is i said, however, that much dissatisfac-, lion prevails among the miners ati the change, altliough they Uiey will have to abide by it. Soirrtj rliiisat'isfaction prevails also! -among the men in one of the smaller j taber camps which worked all j through the slrike period. The men The Freeman-Macleod Go. are now installed in 'their new ortices in the Dominion Block. Yesterday the Board of License j getting 05 cents per ton, mine EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS St. Monica's Guild of St. Angus- tin's Church wiU hold their Annual Bazaar, Thursday; Dec. after- noon and evening, in the Parish Hall, j Home-made cooking, Christmas pud- dings, cakes, candies, and fancy Cornniissiohers convened here in the Oddfellows Hall to consider the appli- cation of J. tl. Harrington .for Ho- tel license at Kipp. All the neces- sary formalities were attended to, and tho Board adjourned to meet in I Calgary on Dec. 8, when a decision tick's. Afternoon tea served. Evcrv- i ,'T body welcome. 298-1 H1 ho dmvn- av windows ol C. G. lcft in i north. body The rtispl ander, 52! Wesiniiiistc.r Koud, are nt- traetiiiir Ints oi attention. They are of interest io everyone and you should sen them. V 298-1 Don'i. forget Oi-and CoBccr.t un- der Urn auspices of Kt, Andrew's Y. at rnity Hall, 5th Ave., N., the 'Ot U'C Mrs. .lolin passed yes- terday at lier honic at Sweet Grass. The hody was brought- in 'and was placed in charge of Undertaker H. G. J.'.rs. .M. and P. Phillips have open- ed a fancy goods store-on Third Ave. members of AUTO SUPPLIES Auto Oils. Liibricating Oil. Oft.sings. Tires. Patches. Tubes. Vulcanizing Outfits. Pumps. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd 184 .SIXTH 8. PHONE 531 U Thursday, Doc. 7. Admission 50 lVnm and has lived at ami 35 cents. Come on-.-, tome all. Grass since coming to Alberto'. 'i''li; funeral v.'ill place tomorrow iiit 2.30 from 230 5Ui Ave., south. All Woodmen of tlic Dr. Mewimrn's. They have j H'orlcl :ire ccrpicstcd to-attend. The full line of stamped goods and n0v- will place in tile puh- eltius and will carry in a short cemetery. a complete stock .of children's wear.! -John T. Hums returned home ycster- Visit their store for Christmas afternoon from Calgary, where he. enis. run, while the strike was on, on the agreement that they would what- ever was offered by the new agree- ment when signed up. They .expected to get an increase, but when the facts became known it was found Ihaithey were instead gcUing a decrease to If) cents hence the dissatisfaction. REV. MR. CANNOT ACCEPT The Rev. Vf. D. Roirl has declined the call to Knox church: This was announced at a meeting of the Addison. Mrs. Fowler was 28 years sregatJon held in 'the church last of and came here with her hus- eveninS- It that the Rev. Dr. Cameron, of Broclmlle, Ont., will, be invited to Knox church. The intention of the committee Is to have Ur. Cameron occupy the pulpit for one month, after which a permanent calKwill In all probability be extends'] to him. If NOVA SCOTIA CROP REPORT Halifax, Doc. Nova Scotia 395-1 the banquet tendered by the government crop report Just issued Order now and get pronrpt.delivery [Canadian club there to Kcagar Wheel- stat-es that the farmers have had an on the twelve-inch .dry firewood. of Rosihern, Sask., winner of the average yield and that there has linen er Yates. Phone 1384. jShaughnessy, prize for the bushel the most phcnoraiual yield of high Don't leave until ioo late ordering of wheat in the world. Mr.'Burns fruris produced in the his- your Chrisunas greetings. N'o't mnOfwas much impressed with the enthu-itory o1' the country. Tho crop report timft to spare lr you want to getUiasm with which the pp.oplo of f'al- baFed sent hy Inti cor- vour naniR and address printed "on Uarv receive the news of the efforts Apples, are set down nt itan, .hem no, t ,h. He, lot Hr, Parm- aid olhce. range to select from, img Congress of 1H12 the host held, and says they promise their Cull the IvftthhrlrtRe licarty en-operation in the mailer, .'service lot quick message anrt lag- j T lie cxTcutjvp sccrniary is nioif sure, gagf dtlivery, v'47 Uuund St. illian i-vcr that the congress next Oc- Uvc stock has increased In condition and nuinh-ors from 2 to 7 per cent. Some women prow old lief ore they know it. and HOIIIES bt-fore they let. iiny- else kuuw it. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd Stocks full to overflowing EACH WKSTBOUXD TRAIN brings an- other consignment of goods for the 'Festive Season. LADIES' NECKWEAR. novelties In thin lino. asHoi-ted varieties too utimoroui to new wide frill eftcct. SCARFS Genuine Spanish Lace' in black or white; fancy silk scarfs In colors; Belgian nuiimfactured chiffon scurfs in shot effects; alao f bonded seurfe. BELTS Our stock in this lino was uovor more complete In silk and elastic bolts. WOOLS! WOOLS! WOOLS! For thrifiy gift worlcei's: and single; all colors. HKlilllVli YARNS. FANCY LINENS Slumped plain linen drawn work nnd Dateuburg1 to suit all requirements. Shop Early and Get First IIAYR'S, 1IAKDWAKE SALE Still Draws (lie Crowds SKATES SKATES SKATES Bobs ,25c Clothes Pines, 6 dor. Tor ,25c China Tea Pots ..At Cost Prlca 4-Hole Cook Stoves Heaters, at .....V.V.Y.V. Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for ..25c Sad Irons, Mrs. Potts met Coal CII, per gaf. Stove Pipes, 2 for.........25c Elbows, 2 for ...........40c HURRY iiumiY HURRY Vou'll be dull and sorry if you miss these BARGAINS Phone 575 510 3rd Avenue South. A SWEETLY TEH- PLUXINO QUESTION presents itself Tvlien She lover all that's pure and good in FINEST CONFECTIONERY finds herself before our stock of palate-tickling Chocolates, Cara- mels, Only one way out _ to test a different liiml each time you buy. Thus Belling for good liiat OURS is thu satisfying in the world. ROCTTON BROS. Other People's Opinions Count One lady who had moved to the outskirts of our city said to the driver: "My husband says It Is Quaker Bread or bake, 10 I hopo you will come out and oil on us as I can't heat Quaker Bread." "Name on Application." neighbors take Quaker Bread. them. Wl will abide by their answer. GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH llemomlicr the big wash just, finished? Think oi1 the one to he done in a few days and prepare fur it. Get a Washing Machine New Century, Boss Quick, High Speed, Ball j Bearing, and others Wash Boards, Wringers, Ironing Boards, Clothes Lines The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE, LETHBRIDGt ;