Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
#> � � > * �> IKI auS TO AL TRArNS * Hotel Windsor * t $.1.26 a'Oay Hotel In , Alberta . � : : � > �: Now we are into the big Christmas Selling Tli.c Jasi I'tnv (liiys hclnri' Cbrisliiuis ;\vv bound full lo ilir liiiiii wiili llic Uiiyiim- .'uid sciulhiii' iiwiiy >;, we iwr ot'lVriMy stiita'dc Chri -t in ,U-ifls- ' � � 4> 4> i� � WHEN IN UIETHDRIDQE J The Dalian HbteV J U the Bett and Most Convan- # ^ lent Place to Stay ^ 9>' �-i Ht nrlros. Our nini in to havp il;i $12 CASES OF CUTLERY. Se;8 of 12 idi^tos . . .$�.50 Sets of fJ plfiCfS witli :i-iiii'fo carvltiij set . . .115.00 MtH of 2^ iiieoi'S, with ."i-jitcie carvinK ^'pi ..$30.00 SETS OF SCISSORS dlfferea; cir.ed paliR in iioat cases . . $2 to $2.50 POCKET KNIVES Kor l:i>; .�� or r m ntk-M'Mi .....'5c to %2 RAZORS H.^L-uii.r S1.00 to i?. ?(h lio.\ ................80c mill' Navtd Oi-anKeH.............40c 50c, 60c doz. .hiloy Lemons ......................40c I'li-f. Cold Fruit Kxtraots 25c, 400, 65c, $1 4 $1.25 t'ranbt'rrloK ................................15c I'lirc Hold IPinps. pi'v (iki.............12 1.2c \ppli' ('irier, per ([t........................20c .Mini c Meaty, otr. i;anoni;'a t;hc!iu->lat8, 1-2 and \ Iti. pkl?.. cil, 0 lbs. 'or J5,-, or per case $2.50., V/A8HINGT0N APPLES $2.15 a nd $2.25 per case. PHCINES: G.-ocery Dept.' 53S. Wholt-sile Dept. .127T, l;s Cresni Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. WHole�ale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. CITY AND DISTKICT TISSUE PAPER Ktir wrapping- your Xuui.^ ple.5cut^. Also stickt'i-s aiul laus. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riRST OOOR WCST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 126^ A3ENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TVPEWRItERt hi The Value ot.PuKe Drugs aiid the Necessary Kspcpienc'c in Compounding Tiie vniao of SfedlCfnoIlM dittiall/ bblTveen the jiurit.v and po� .r of the tlru.ijs'and the method and manner o' their compounding. The dr,ug8 we offer aro strictly of iho highest class. Our training, tiuarience and eqiijrfcuent assure that, all medicines *iU be com-bounaed rignt. ^ . Urins all 70u.' ,pre.sal!, wlio a'pi'i-ar.-.-d in polir,-ro;irt .^oiuf liiiii' :i!;n. wa.-; arr-slt-'l ' V(-.vttTd:iy and is bciiip; lii-ld i,n a ior-I , cliargr. '; 111), Vuiliu, ui.lli:'; lily, lui', la-.-'i a :)|ii,ii'.lril fiiucatii'n'il r, i-.r�;.liuv^ ,ol I th" V .M.C.A. ;i! \'icliir;a. M. IV, aim jwill iiiti-r upon li's duVic; tln-rc ua , .I.miLU', l.st, n �\i ' K. V. .lohliston, of MiUi-dt;i-\illr, 1 j 111 , iirnvcd ill I'll' i'ity ycsicniay and; jwill rt-inam hur for some days Ui'-'k-' : ins; lof an oiicuiu;; ior a g.-iii'ial ' store. i ; 'I'lif lo fd one or two pupils. 15c Gets A Cup and .Sanror 15c Couldn't Dc More Than It Does When Purchasing One of them SEVERAL OF THE PRETTIEST JAPANESE PATTERNS DAINTY SHAPES 15c A (^up auii Saurer THE PEOPLES' FORUM THE ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT see our wjndows RIRKHAM BROS. Phone BU8IN E.SS LOCALS MANuFACTuncMs or exCELUENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIf^ SODAS liier Babbitt Metals Soldi Wiping Solder Caulking Lead Dynamo Metals Carried in stock � Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p. O. BOX 270 S24 SIXTH 8T..S, PHONE 581 GKI TllH ll.VRIT ! The New Mor i;is for , irood show. Miss l'atl?.�;oii and Mi.ss .\une V: . ti'son will Lstimu ttuir class for li -tie childrin on .Jan. 2, L'il'J, at :,"�, .n liiitj Hall,' Noi'.li l.eUibMd.i;!-, (looj,! pri/.is will � i !i .in.iiikd. f�t:-nil"iii;'n $1 till Lidii's ire,' � ;)ill-l \UT\i y, L.iiiii s' sp'.'cial in; -� 1 i;.' -r. \i.i (:ii:.'.-i,!a.\ , li.Hfl, at I'.ie :,r . ' rii.-. \:iar o ;, n ,,i .St I'ali � ! liivrih ;!rr bold Mr a I'lmtry iiiii! \[.- II n S.il!' ii ",1 S.ifiird.iv, :)ec Iti,' pill It*.Ill .". lo o'cloc'i p.111. li St. \ii,j;u;aill's Jlali. Ms K A. *'iiii- , iiiiii I11..U, .VIis 1,. .M, �loiin-iltiiie i.iirt-, .Mis. Zi;iil',' will he in tli,ir?e of the a|.)!>-.n luble Mrs. (low aii.l Airs. J'.r.tiuisiT the pantry table.. Mrs. '~>t'bl ai;d .M'-s. Hovque the lable. Mts (tchni and Mr.:. GaPiivan the t 1 table, Mrs. |jo Vi-ber v.lll Uio'; ;,jl c the Cook book that has Just lieti) le-ti-li.shcd. 'i'liui. NOTii;!':-liefon- buylnK your I'anilly; thnir t'bi-lBtma.s jjet-son-l, (oni't.in and-Icr. r.b ihaw you a few Bpocliil liar;;aliiR III bi",b f,;',:dp plane;*, frotn JL'S.'i.ftO and np; tit).1)0 down niul $U).i)U \mx month. -Mlijon and lllneh, Ltd., Pltinos. Do-iiilnlua hlJi.!'.. ' 'SO.'i-0 Kdltor la-thbrldse Herald. | As a roador of your valuabU- paper penult tnp �pace (o express my vlow.s ! A� a. tax payer and citizen of ,ho city! of U-th�rl(tBc. First of all otir city fathers last : spring advertised In all '.'he leadln.K i Canadian and .\merlcaa papers to so-ciirc an engineer capable of handlinp all the civic improvomeiits as they; would develop; such aa street railway, Kravlty wiuer system, paving etc. | land now that the first lars*.' under; taking is about to bo started the ; eJl.v fatheis have to biro a mpor-visor to hamllp same. I for one would : jliko to know why ^his is necessary. Our electrical eimineer and civic engineer have prepared plans and specifications and 1 eonn-iid that it they have , J4>repared these plana and specifications they should b? i|ultc capable of siiper-Intendin,? them, or I would think that after these have been prepared that this IN the '.ibi ^-iid aecoinpl!-3hed. As tenders are now bciiis called for work and that is whax the contractor's are tlgurins on and what the city will i igr.t and uothinR more unless It Is paid' Iter extra, now 1 know when one Koes I to an architect to have plans and speci-' flcnticns prepared lor a piece of work \ I that if he is capable of iirefJarlng them [ I he should be ipilte capable of �uper-j j .intending same. This 1 claim should * ;bc ihe same regnrdlnR 'jtrect railway 'and thAt, is what I contend should be I asked of our electrical engineer and' I engineer that Ihcy should bs able to | 'look after the work which they have j prepared. 1 would think that the work |of air iraiirovements should be entiroly Hinder the engineer, for ihia is what :he e-xpeeted his position for. .�Vnd now jhe sieiis in and asks the council what I part he is to look after. What a ridiculous thing thi'i is. What wae he hired I'cr if he was not a man capable of performing his duties, he should step down and out or else take hold of it and say, gentlemen, I am here 'kO run this part, that Is what I came jhere lo do and show the ci.y my ab-jility as an engineer. Kor this i-i what Ihc hired lor and expected the position j I upon these grounds and t say that if I he is not capable of doing this, why jhe has no right to be holding the position he does; an'd that if the city has got to hire a supervising engineer _ each time there is to bo a new piece _______^^��'''' 'loi>e, that there Is no need ^' , . - .f 11 1 -t'li'1�^ priced man on the job all (JITY AND DISTKICI Itho time and thai a cheaper man would ----r------- iflU be position and tliai It would be J.D.HICINB01HAM &C0. limited!, Family & DIsoensIng Chemlett Wo have' do/ous of jiairs tti.soloct i'roui. Xcthing but the best French Bristles is sho.vn. Prices range from $2 to $10 per pair . All we ask is to show you the go?ds. We guarantee the iiuality. J.D.n.&Co.,Ltil R\;in and \V. ;economy to iho city to have a cheaper with Ilia I .P.j'ii't" i""' then when any work eomos up, hire a superi'l'^or with the e.xtra money that ]}i being paid to our engineer and not add this additional expense to the ratepayers. These, Mr. Editor, are iny vless of the whole affair and would he iiloas-ed J.o bo shown what is the trouble eiiv \ "slerday-, n-luniini^ on lli-.!i5lo-| 11. II .Sii Ui, .1. 1-: 11- (ior.lcii, CI iiiieiled K hriil'i;;- juid buililint; departmeni al .\l(!dieiiir Hat, a'c in Hie city to.iay 111 a lour of inspection K. K. Penii\ill tlii'i, sii"cri'.ivi-iiUi'n'. u' motive pi.iirr for il;c t'.P.R. 'ftir til.' Cri'.nhriKil: division, Wjis in ili;- nil lo bis br.'. iipiarters Mv. I'eiiliy-l.itliei ua-; ii'Viiii'ily a re.sid.eni' of LeUib'-iuue In spile ol lh.' ii-ei that veslerilaj whs election t'i\- lli,.re �iis i-b-aii (loi.-'el .ii jii'iii -'il this-nioriiin:. i liiei Oiil:".!'!" th'il be more' 11' ii oil pal iii 'a''-! ni'.lbt than , on anv'liiiii e!.'i'ii('ii nii;lil' in th' hi'-i-|GIVES till i.( Pii' ri'-. . I'.ni iiol ;i siliiil'e lii:;-I I'lrb.iii-e was r"|:orleil. | With the piiglneer. Prohably riome of the present c.oiiiKill could explain , > things. Thanking \oii lor your ' valuable ; apace, 1 am, one who woiihl like an oxplanaiion regarding same. i remain, yours rospecifully, PATRPAVKU. HEN TO MORPHINE MAKE HER "SET V/ORLD'S GREATEST WOMANCnOOK released Vubuiii, X V , Dec 11.-K. V. I'cc I'ecii, iii;ed s;i. said lo be lb.- most .successful ooiilidence wu|-.nn in the eiiuiiii.il aniial'.i of 'Aiiierioa, \vn.s i|iiietly rele;is;ed today from Ihiv ,State prison here Tlie I'-.-eiiig of Wiu Hi,nian, wlif.K' lite stealings lue Suid 'o liiive Ifttcd her liiofe than �$1 ,Oflll.-liiii) vviis Icppt sect el the pijro'.e honi'il baviaj.', deeided last week to admit il bail Ki-anted her. rarolr. (iov. Dix le.Kl cotiiimttul hot' ten years' senleni:-proviuinj; the board v.-ouUl pai'ule her. Thoiiiastoii, Conn., Uee. .11--The; autbojiilos here are hnvesLlsating the I ouse of a local poultry man who is I accused of adinlnlEtorlng moryphlnet ! 1 his hens. The poultryman admits' th a. BUSINESS? Price, "at 0 m cy NO! NO! NO!' 1912 vA/ill find HAYR HAYR'S .SALE 1 0 "n 0 U opposite Herald. Dutch Cleanser 3 26c Gil. Lye 2 foe 25c .NOW 18 VOUr 0 in CM ARTHUR HAYR OPPORTUNITY! � u J3 vwill still be here in a Wc don't v�ant to move 0 new stand, 1912, any good. Selling at a. E 6th. South. Cost for Cash. n COMB EARLY. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ You'll be dull iind sorry If you miss these Fhcne 575 ftrther Hayr ASSIGNEE 610 3rd Avenue South. STEPHENS PAINTS $1,45 & $2.2S a gallon. P. O. Bex 127 FOR Dainty Lunch or Afternoon Tea GO TO-:- mCHON'S CAFE Quaker Bread **JI lias yial eieaniy-rich flavor, lighlnes.s and whiUMiess that adds to the lelish." Maditm:-TrWl)y waste coal iinrt your sirength baking bread , . Whou'you can get QUAKER BHKAU so easily, .lust phone lOi" and wo vvlll do the rest. GILMORE bI"Sr 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH l.leiiioiuln'1' I Ik; l>iii,' w.-i.sli iiisl t'inisliod? 'riiinkdl' tlu' one lo ho done iu a low days and pi'opjuv J'ur il. Get a Washing Machine New Century, Bo.ss Qiiieli, High Speetl, Ball Bearing, anil others Wash Boards, Wriuf^ers, Iroulng Boards, Clothes Lines The McKeowii Hardware Co� Ltd. CORNER.6TH ST. A'NO 4TH AVE., LETHBRIOOt.