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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta BUt TO ALL TRAINi Hotel Windsor a Oiy Hotil In AlblrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f WHEN !N L5THBHIDOI The Dallas Hotel tl tht Moil lent loSUy_____ When you buy Cooking Utensils, it pays to get the Right Article for each purpose Everv housewife knows the convenience and satisfaction this means For chopping bread boards. rolHng pins, and similar ar- ticles, wooden ware excels everything else. CW.GRAY Store That Saves You Money' 1913 Office and Pocket Diaries OUR GIBSON .FISKER, LIFE and PHILLIPS, CALENDARS ARE NOW IN. SELECT YOURS EARLY ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door West cf Union Bank Agent, for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies______ -WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF- Brushes IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA We are showing a well assorted stock of Ebony Brushes, Military and one is 'his week only at----- The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Fine Hair Brushes A hair brush is not an article that .you want to purchase every day. That is why you will profit when you deal with as, for our hair brushes are so carefully made, so well put together and con. tain such high quality bristles and well made backs that they last. For rouoh hair we have a long bristle brush that strokes each layer of hair. This same brush is made in various sizes. Price JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 DON'T MISS IT Horse Blankets For the next 30 days we will offer horse blankets at greatly reduced prices. 'THIS SALE IS GENUINE The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of (he Lcthbridqe Hotel Save Your Blade Expense Don't throw away your Safety Razor A Saie-T-Blade Stropper Ana' tharpen your Razor Blades. Sharpens any razor blade. PRICE 75 cents AT SEE OUR CHRISTMAS ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE EIGHT OF THIS PAPER KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 THE VERY CHOICEST GOODS CAN NOW BE our iissomnoul you will tiuci Now Tllblo shelled Oryslalllxed Friills. Xnias Crackers, Xnms quality, G.'K. Molbu Drands Chocolates, In bulk lo nuMi'tio'n iu tills spnce. Wo ask you to Inject nbie This week we lire rocelviiis another all of tho best varieties. In this car wo will hitvo be tin- lliiest table apple at. this tlnuj of thu year. Christmas at Here arc a few specials this VALENCIA ORANGES, not ao largo hut sweet anil juicy, the best to be hail now. per dor.. 25c stock, 2 Ibs. for......25c. GOOD WINTER APPLES for eating or cooking per cnae t1._75 Or five pounds tor 25c. A few extra special kinds at per case VALENCIA or SPANISH ONIONS. G Ibs. for 25c. B C. ONIONS, yellow Delivers, 9lbs for.....25c GRAPE Florida, there is nothing finer to be bad, each 10c. NEW NUTS, mixed, Per Ib................. 20c. SELECTION OF XMAS HAD AT THIS STORE STRAWEBRRIES, in heavy syrup. Vinoland brand, Sib tins. 2 tor ...................-350 Or per case........................... o heavy syrup, Vlnehind Uraud, 211) tins, per vineiand Ill-ami, 311) tins Or per Vase........................... ROYAL MIXED CANDY, 2tbs for 25c. G. B. and MELBA Brand Chocolates, All tho best kinds, per pound oOc. ------PHONES. Grocery Dept. 929 Wholesale Dept. 1271. GOOD COMPANY'-PHONES-- High Clan Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER 50 20 16 21 20 34 -12 M S 30 2li 22 38 I.ethbridgc. snowing Edmonton, cloudy Battleford, cloudy Swift Current, snowing Regina, snowing 3Iinnedo.su, snowing Port. Arthur, cloudy Nelson Calgary, snowing Medicine Hat Prince Albert, cloudy Moose .law. snowing (Ju'AppclIc, snowing Winnipeg, snowing Kamloops Grand Forks Light snowfalls have been general throughout the western provinces and the weather has been moderately cold. FORECAST: Western Provinces Northerly winds, cold with light snow falls. Thursday colder.______ DISTRICT School Board Tonight The school board meets tonight in regular session. Meets Tonight Lethbridge Encampment No. 7, 1. O. O. F., will meet tonight. District'Court The next sittings of the District Court will be held on Tuesday. 10th list., with Judge Winter presiding. "The 1913 Assessment With the voters' lists for this year disposed of City Assessor'. Meech is msy on the preliminary work in con- lection with the 1913 assessment. Pay Day Tomorrow City Paymaster Sydall asks the Her- ald to state that tomorrow (Thurs- lay) Is the regular city pay day bo- ween the hours of 5 and 6 p.m. i Excelslon Male Chorus Two additional members have been added to the Excelsior Male Chorus, which is practising faithfully and with good effect each week in St. Andrews' church, under Mr. Roberts'-direction. A Jafl and His Wad Sometimes to fall into the hands of a policeman is a good thing. A gentleman from the country found this out yesterday. On Monday night IB was arrested for being drunk. Yes- terday morning Magistrate Bentley let him down easy and told him to so home. The police handed him hack 5110 which hnd been found on his per son when searched. He. immediately went out and proceeded to Sill up on liquid Joy. He was found later, with his jag. and his wad short by This morning he was given enousl money to buy his ticket home, and the money is being forwarded by mail so that he will be sure of getting it. This was done at his own request, as je intimated that while In Lethbridge the police are better custodians of his money than he himself might he. Leather Goods and Indian Work Our Display is Larje. Our Asiortment is Good Our Prices are Right These lines make very at- tractive Xmas Gifts as they are useful as well as orna- menta'l and are all souvenirs of Lethbridge and another advantage! is they are very easy; to..lo.rjfard by mail.. J'.i The Red Gross Drug and Book Co., IM, Phono 555 Third CITY AND DISTRICT Cigar Butt Starts Blaze A cigar butt carelessly thrown aside in one of the ollices in the Macdonald block this morning called out the No. 1 fire brigade. .N'o serious damage ro-i suited. Christmas, 1912 Will Soon Be With Us Wo are placing In our allow rooms now suitable situ In fur- nltlirn for tlin Holiday trade such Library Tablet, from to Arm Chain, from to Reading Lamps, at to Music Cabinets, from to Jardlnler from to Brans goods of all Art Pottery. Make your selection early. By paying a small deposit we will bold same and guarantee delivery, December 24th. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE BUSINESS LOCALS matanj- Chocolates to suitdl- ond tty rrort. delic confections Uiltm and sHilUen create this are pictuwo of wo different pactege Notettetittee TiKj- tell the ataTy of these chocolate OCOLATE DIPPED Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices North Lethbridge Ratepayers A meeting of the ratepayers of North Lethbridgo will be held In Unity Hall tomorrow evening at eiglit o'clock, nt which all municipal can- didates are expected to be present. General Meeting Called A .general meting of the Board cj Trade lias been called for the Hoard's fflces tomorrow evening, when a otice of motion changing the end .of nn board year from February to De- ember 31 will be given. Real Estate Active Heal estate In the business anil res- lential section of North Lethbridge s becoming fairly active .according to he statement of certain real estate gents, who are receiving numerous ntiuirieB for property in that part of] he city. i Smoker on Saturday The Kentisli association's second moking concert of the season, to be leld on Saturday evening, in the fnity Hall, promises to be as success- ul as the first. There will lie plenty f refreshments and a good program. Tickets can be had of any of the mem- bers. Laliberte Committed Jean Laliberte, of this city, was to- day, before Inspector West at the olice barracks, committed for trial j on the charge of horse stealing. It will be remembered that baliborte, net 'with an accident at the Stampede ll Calgary some time ago. which ac counts for the delay in his prelimin ary hearing. Choice Turnips, lOtbs for 10c Parsnips, 4 Ibs. for...... 10c Potatoes, 100 tb; sack B5c. Apples, for 25c M'alaga Gripes, per Ib. 20c. Two 3-tb tins new packed Swift's Silver Leaf: 31b tin 55c. 61t> lOm tin............. SPECIAL PRICE Sack of B. C. Sugar The Premium Grocery 324.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllli PHONE 574 Severe Weather Coming. Be Pre- pared. HEATERS for all Buildings, from Cottage Rooms-- to Assembly or Shops Fairy Oaksf Dandy Oaks, Oak Treasures, Home Oaks, Hot Blast, Imperial Oaks, Station Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, j CORNER 5th ST. AND 4lh AVE. LETHBRIDQB LATE MRS. SIMPSON The funeral of Mrs. D. Simpson aged 87 years, who died at Lelhbridg recently, was held from the re-sidcnc of her daughter, Mrs. D. Ewart, 13 Cameron street, yesterday afternoon. Phone 66E Service lor Deceased 'was born in Yorkshire, J .-.and dcliTcrt England, and came to Canada thins- round' years ago. TMrty.of these year, at H E Plavle rear of Castle Hotel, was spent by Mrs. l-wart as a resi- dent of Ottawa. years ago she THREE MEN HELD FOR ALLEGED STEALING OF WHEAT AT BARNWELL James -Man H. Linstrom and Char- les Blake were yesterday afternoon, before Inspector West, committed for trial on the charge of stealing about 5250 worth of wheat from the granar- i of Rullock Lewis, near Harnwcll, on or about N'ovembc-r last. It is al- j If-ped that the accused took the grain which graded Xcs. 2 and 3 to the vator at Barnwell, where it is saM to have been disposed of. Blake was released on his own per- sonal surety of S750, while the prison- j ers Mann and I.instrom will remain i in the DOllce barracks to await their trial. D. and M. of E. Whist Drive in the K of P hall Thursday, December 5, moved their offices to the residence of Dr. Campbell, No. SSS-Stb St. S.; at 8 o'clock Drs. DeVeber and Campbel left ihia city and went to the Canad- ian An impressive funeral service was conducted at the home of Jlrs. Ewart by the Rev. C. S. Deeprosc. pastor of the Ottawa South Methodist Church. the Ottawa South .Metnooist Office phone 505. mourners of the deceased Wesley Ladles' Aid will hold a sale I M and Mrs. D. Ewart, Mr. Hen- in the basement of the Methodist j h of Kalso B. church on Thursday, December 5th. t-wart. one son. j at 3 p.m. of fancy and useful articles, home made candy and cooking. There will also be a Santa Clans for child- ren, a handkerchief booth and an old- fashioned kitchen, from which re- freshments will be served. 301-2 Don't miss the sale of goods and home-made cooking on Saturday, held by St. Andrew's Ladles Aid. Get measured for your suit or over- coat this week and we can guarantee delivery before Xmos. Kingston, tailor, 70tv3rd Ave. S. KICK TltANSFEH, Phone 670, olllce at the Alberta Saddlery Co..' opposit Coaldale Hotel. s' ry Ewart; one son. John, of Kalso, B. C., and two nephews, George Raley, of Lethbridge, and Douglas Ewa'rt, of Ottawa. The (uneral was very