Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE TO ALL Hotel Wlufeor 11.26 a Diy Hottl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN tITHMIMC The IfellM and New Cutlery A very fine assortment and'splendid val- rfeo these goods before buying, your Xmas Gifts. C W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" Own, Girls' Own, Chums, Chatterbox And all the best books Make your selections early; ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitsiiy Block 1st. Door .Wist r.f Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters und Office-Supplies -ANOTHER SHIPMENT.OF ONE THOUSAND Comic Pictures New Titles and a New Price, 25 cents each. Just the thing for the den, st The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL MAKE SOMEBODY HARPY. .WITH A KODAK Home memories that are cherished most are those of the great home Better than mere memory, though, is the pictured story of the family reunion, the happy children, the gay young the grown up boys and girls back home again. The pictures taken with the Christmas Kodak will give pleasure the whole year and for all the years to come. Let us show you the simple Kodak way which makes picture taking so much fun. Wo have Kodaks at ?5.00, oiherb up to JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Just Arrived A Car-Load of......... TRUNKS, BAGS, TRAVELLING FITTED SUIT CASES. AND FANCY LEATHER'GOODS Suitable for Christmas Gifts The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbridge Hotel DO NOT FORGET To read our Advertisement on Page l-l ol' this paper. It has .sonic good news for yon. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing ChcmlJtt Phone H87 THE EARLY SHOPPER GETS THE -PICK OF THE GOODS .A'iiluHigh yon get No. 1 Goods here you -get Tii'sl choice if you eoiiie In holiday season this year and we are our line of Hove are some buy-now ami-keep for the holidays. 20c 25c NEW MIXED NUTS, Walnuts and Almonds., ttn- alls, Filberts mid Peanuts Per pound.......................... ROYAL MIXED CANDY, two pounds for................................ D. Slcllia Brands, finest in Canada. Same as you ..will pay Me and 7Sc. for In many places, nearly all vsr- ietltis. per pound.................... TABLE RAISINS, Fancy; 1 Ib. packages fine quality, per Ib................... FANCY CLUSTER RAISINS In 5 1-2 pound boxes; per box I TABLE and Arabian, per pound----...................... CRYSTALLIZED FIGS, in 1 Ib. boxes, per box............................. CRYSTALLIZED FRUITS, assorted in 1 pound, boxes; per box CRYSTALLIZED SWEETS, assorted extra fancy 1 Ib. boxes, per box 9flft CU W Cfift ..jihvuys, i'orwc stock nothing else, luivo prepared well for I ho confident we en n satisfy you in seasonable'goods-which you can Yon will notice the pi-ices are right. XMAS STOCKINGS, splendid values, rans in price from up JONATHAN APPLES; something very fanny for the table; you should have a box of Price OTHER WINTER splen- did assortment, per box SOME FANCY BOTTLED TABLE AND PRE- SERVED FRUITS, TEA TABLE ly something delightful. Prices aro practi- cally the same as the ordinary Jams and Canned Fruits. Let us show you. thesi! goods. It will surprise you the values we sive FRESH FRUITS AND al- ways have a full lino of these and you can de- pend on the quality and price here at all times, for we are constantly in direct touch with the large markets. Our supply for the holiday trade will be immense. CHRISTMAS CRACKERS for everybody Prices ranging from, per box (and up) AhreiHlknifcasao-iftinplaceoi' a calendar. We hnve a large quantity of these and want each of our customers to get one. If you do not receive one within the ndxfc few. days, please notify us, as it is our intention that no one shall lie overlooked. THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. .Wholesale and Retail ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. Wholtsil. Dept. 1271. IB 0 'i 18 22 S .03 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear 5'i Edmonton............... 30 Batfcleford, cloudy H Swift Current, cloudy 2-1 Kegina, snowing 25 Minnedosa, cloudy 2 Port Arthur, cleiir 38 Grand ..Forks ,39 Calgary, clear 38 Medicine Hat, (air liS Prince Albert, cloudy 10 Moose Jaw, snowing 13 Qu'Appelle, cloudy 4 C Winnipeg, snowing. 3 The weather has been mild iu Al- berta anil temperatures have risen somewhat in the western Sas-j j kalchewan, but it has been collier ini Manitoba. FORECAST and milder. Saskatchewan anil 'Alberta Fait and comparatively mild. CITY DISTRICT .50 Laltbertje's Trial The trial of .Jean'Laliberte on the charge of stealing horses lias been fix- ed for Tuesday next before Judge Winter. Mayer's Committee Rooms ilayor Hatch, has.opened up com- mittee.rooms in the.Sinnot Block, cor- ner of Fourth avenue and Fifth street. 481. Ratepayers, Attention! AH ratepayers whose names do not appear on the voters' list, but have paid their assessment, can, on presen- tation of the same to the City Asses- sor get their name on the list by Sat- urday noon. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 660 tne Messrnger Service tor pro'.npt messiige and baggage ileliverv. Skntes hollow ground, price 25 cents ,t H. E. Playle, rear of Castle Hotel. Don't bake all day Saturday, at .home, u-lien you can .buy something already for the table from the Ladies of St. Andrews Church in Adams' Block. Drs. DeVeber and Campbell have moved their olllces to the residence of Dr. Campbell, No.. 528-Sth St. S.; Office phone 505. Court Star A. 0. P. whist drive and dance on Tuesday the 10th in S. O. E. Hall. Invitations have been issued for same. Peraons wishing imita- tions kindly phone your name and ad- dress to 390. Get measured for your suit or over- coat this week and we can guarantee ilelivery before Xmas. Kingston, tailor, 70G-3rd Ave. S. REX TRANSFER, Phone 670, office Alberta Saddlery, opposite Coaldale Hotel. t.f. The Lothbridge Progressive party have decided to appear before the electors with a platform that must ap- peal to every Intelligent man. They conteqtl that Lethbridge can compote with Medicine Hat, the booming city of Alber.ta. with electrical power, over one-third cheaper than the gas city. In the matter of power produced by way of coal, against free gas, the Progressives contend that they are n a position to show cao beat out our neighbors In this matter and also n electrically generateil water power. .Many persons attended previous meet- MILITARY BRUSH SETS with ebony and silver back- ed in solid leather cases: "1: -V DRESSING'..CASES AND TOILET filled with ebony, silver ci- Persian ivory in 'satin or silk lined cases. iSee our Stock) WATCH -FOR OUR XMAS AD. IrJ-'TPMORROW-S 'HERALD The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, Phon. S55 Third AYS. CITY AND DLSTKIC'l Ail Ready, for the Vote Deputy returning officers for tbi various polling booths were this morn frig sworn in -by Returning-Ot'Hcei Robinson. All election preliminaries arc now complete. CHOCOLtte c'fflrSsn maXmg- to SuifealV- and moafc delicious confections Ihafcnwnjg' and sttiU can create Along the margin, of this re pictures different package Xotethe of these chocolates bette Three and Costs Mike O'Conners up, in ao incapable state last evening. lie was 'soalced "three and costs this morning by .Magistrate. Elton. Three others were allo'weU to go on suspended sent ence. Was a Popular Man inspector Skelton, of the city pq lice this morning, received a surprise when the Toronto mail was opened Through Chief Davis he was forward ed a very fine gold watch, a token of esteem from the Toronto Police fcrce, Inspector Dickinson, who sent through the gift for the rest of the force, is in. spector on No. 1 division, the leading: division of the force, formerly charge of Chief Davis. The watch was suitably inscribed. They Liked the Chief As a mark of the high esteem in which he is held by the boys of the po'wer plant, Mr. Thomas J. Har. greaves, the residing chief engineer, they have presented him with a hand- some Watch fob, with locket attached, beautifully engraved with his mono- gram on one side and a suitable in- scription on the other, that will al- ways remind him of the boys with whom he was a fellow-worker while in Lethbridge. CITY AND DISTRICT Must Observe the Law tou'rant keepers who sell candy and iruit on Sunday will take warn- from this morning's court proceedings. Cotaras and Catsirilia, vho appeared the other.day on the charge, this nioroing pleaded Magistrate Elton warned them that hey must take cognizance of the .ord's Day Act, and allowed'them to, ngs and learned of the shortcomings J susoenclc'd sentence of the past administration, bin no I 3USPentlea semen_- has been j the Majestic. Thentn- tomorrow light ami you will not only hear the ruth but luaru soim: .startling facts UK) know nj.nedy. Mr. and Mrs. H. ,1. Col- lier, oii Thursday, December 5th, a daughter. District Court The following is the docket for the sittings of the District Court, which opens on Tuesday next before Judge Winter; Large vs. McCarty; Joh-nstone Ritchie; .Ives Ball. Small Meat Co. vs. Reid; Johnstone Ritchie; in person. International Harvester Co. vs. Bow- man; Shepherd fc Dunlop; Johnstone fc Ritchie. Pioneer Lumber Co, vs. Jones; in person; Palmer Lewis. Pioneer Lumber Cc. vs. Rudd; in per- son; A. B. Hogg. New Barnes Coal Co. vs. Scott; Mackenzie Menzie; Conybeare Co. Pinhorn vs. Threll; Shepherd Dunlop; in person. Losey vs. Miller; Shepherd Dunlop; In person. MticQueen va. Noble; W. S. Ball; in person. vs. Bailey; P. J. Nolan. Workmen's va. Diamond Coal Co.; Palmer Lew. is; Johnstone Ritchie. Sanderson vs. Eureka Coal Co.; Palmer Lewis; Johnstone Ritchie. DO IT NOW If you want to treat yourself to a geuuiufe bargain that will please you during and for all years to come, send a dollar tp the Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal for a year's subscription ro that great, paper, and you vfill also receive a copy of their new picture entitled "Mother's Treas- size 23 by 29 inches, all ready for framing. It is the best dollar's worth to bo had. The picture, "Mother's Treasures'' will he a surprise to you. It is'worthy n place in the best homes. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Stnr is known to everyone as the greatest newspaper on the continent. One dollar cannot be better.spent. Try li and i-o fon- SLEIGHS FOR THE CHILDREN We have just opened out a Complete Line of Sleight of all detcriptioni Price 50c to Go-Cart Runners AdjuiUble to fit the ordinary the Carriage into a Sleigh Price per pair Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 621 Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Choice Turnlpt, lOlbs for.lOo Parsnips, 41bs. for......10o Potatoet, lOOfb, tick 85c- 'Apples, for 2ftc Malaga Gripet, per m. 20c. SPECIAL PRICE Sack of B. C. Sugar Two 3-n> tint new packed Swlft'l Silver Leaf: 31b tin esc. 6Ib tin.............. J0e. tin The Premium Grocery 824.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllli PHONE 5M Severe Weather Coming. Be Pre- 1 pared. HFATFRS 11 JLJ 1 LJ for all Buildings, from Cottage Rooms to Assembly Halls, Schools or Shops Fairy Dandy Oaks, Oak Treasures, Home Oaks, Hot Blast, Imperial Oaks, Station Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIMI USEFUL PRESENTS BRASS DESK each. BKASS CRUMB BRUSH AND each. SPECIAL CUTLERY CABINET Consisting of 12 HAND FORGED TABLE KNIVES; 12 HAND FORGED DINNER KNIVES; 1 PAIR MEAT CARVERS; I PAIR CAMS CARVERS; 1 STEEL; 1 PAIR KNIFE RESTS. Cash Sec Our Windows for Real Value Hayr Hardware Company Street South Lethbridge FENCING SEND US YOUR ORDERS BARB WIRE TWO OR FOUR.'POINT FLAT QR ROUND BARBS PLAIN OR TWIST WIRE GALVANIZED LARGE STOCK T QUICK SHIPMENTS Orders from the trade lolkited WE ARE AGENTS FOR PITTSBURG PERFECT WOVEN WIRE FENCING FAIRBANKS-MORSE OIL TRACTORS AND GASOLINE ENGINES J. B. Turney Company SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders and Mines and Mllli Phonci 755 and 1755 Lethbridge Alberta. 1245 2nd Ave. S.