Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel -Windsor a Day HoUl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHtRIOOE The Dallas Hotel and Movt to Btiy VINELAND, OR FOR SHORT, VINE BRAND CANNED GOODS ARE A 1 QUALITY All tin1 fruits, Tomutoo.-, Siring lleaufi, ;uid gallon ]tlll uj) ill KailHtiry tins which ii; u very (k-oirat'ie fvaturo. 'inly ihe corn' and iieas are in ordinary tin's. ask ovoryono that only ihe best lo tiiLvo a trial. who IKIVK used liu'iiy yooiis ill previous yeurs will vouch for their iiualhv. jianu- htn- a tVw of Ihe k-iuliiij.; linos and prices hy the tin 01- in i-uso lots. That make the preparation for Holiday Dinners easy. The price will save you money C W. Gray The store that saves you money" CANNED VEGETABLES Ib. Sanitary tins: 2 tins for 35c. Per case......................'......... CREAM 211) tlna; 1 tins Per ?2.75 GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE San- itary Uns; tins for.................... 25c. Per case STANDARD tins. 2 for .........25c Per case................................ EARLY JUNE tins, per till ......15c Per c.it-o EXTRA SIFTED PEAS, tins, per tin___260 tics, tier tin sjallon Sanitary tins ........45C. Per.case of six tins............ Gallon Sanitary Tins......50c. Per case of six tins........... S3 90 WHOLE RED tins, per tin ...'.20c. TABLE FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP Sanitary tins 45c I'd- i-aso RED OR BLACK Sanitliry tins; 2 lina for 45c. I'er cane RED; WHITE OR BLACK info Snnltury tins, per tin 2Sc RED Per-ease CRAWFORD Simltnry tins Per tin..................................20c. Per case............................... BARTLETT Sanitary Per 20c. i'er GREEN GAGE Sanitary tins- Tyro tins tor 35C. 1'cr caso............................... 53.90 LOMBARD Sanitary I'er tin................................. 15c. For case Special Oner on'a Case ol' Assorted Table Fruit. Consisting of 2 tins Red or Black Raspberries, 2 tins Strawberries, 6 Peaches, 6 Pears, 2 Green Gages, 2 Lombard Plums. 2 Red Cherries, 1 Lawten berries and 1 of Red or BlaH S 1 S 2 Visit in Ohio Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shover will leave shortly to spend n month's holidays ai Ohio points. Well rt was learned today at the hospital that Curly Connors is improving nicely, and that Mr. Reese was discharged last Tuesday evening, in time to spend his Christmas 'with his friends. i CARDINAL ROSE SACHET is the dunilu.'st, tuid most; lasting iU-her on the market. Just thfi tiling you are lookiuir lor to pfrfiuns the trunk or cy work. Ft is a true message from ihe-flowers. 75 cents per ounce, at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Port Arthur, cloudy Kamlcops, fair j Nelson PeiHictou Grand Forks Fair aud mild weather lias been general over the prairie provinces, but j it lias turned cooler during the night, especially in Saskatchewan and Alant lobtt. Forecast Western and com- paratively mild. ._______ CITY AND DISTBICT BABY FOODS of all Kinds Don't let liio child starve, givu It nourishment. Give it the food that ngrec-s with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably we can assist you. make a specialty of infant foods. Froni the variety we carry you will havo uo difficulty in selecting a. food that will jigrefi with baby. TVU can serve you with many other baby requisitL-H that u-ill dare you time and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Baseball Tonight The Seniors will play the Business Alen's team tonight in an indoor base- ball game, which will lake place in tho gymnasium. Play will commence about S.I 5. Everybody is invited. Died Today The death occurred in the city this morning of Richard Fozard, aged two years, son John Fozard, of 610 Nineteenth street North. The funer- al will takij place on Saturday after- noon at. 2.30 to the' public cemetery. Rev. c. B. McKJnnon will be in charge of the obsequies. 25'J, off all Christmas Gbods The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, G. W. L. Lewis, of Palmer Lewis, j left this morning ou a business trip j to Toronto, and will not return until about January 10 next. Meeting Postponed Owing to the Christmas season the regular weekly meeting of the Board of Trade will not be held this evening. Phono 555 Third Avs, HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, GLOVES AND MITTS Big Reductions on all Winter Goods The Alberia Saddlery Co., Ltd. Pucccssors to The" Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of ihi Majestic Will Open It is more than likely that the Ma- jestic Theatre will open again shortly, with the innovation of high class vaudeville controlled hy the Orphenm circuit. Mr. Sherman is at present New York in connection with his west eni theatrical circuit, and on his re- turn some important announcements will likely he made. In order, how- ever, to cater to the tastes of theatre- goers here, the management of the theatre announces the coming of Mrs. j Adams, mother of Maudo Adams, who star in the production of "The j ItuiIor'.H to be given on Tues- day and Wednesday evenings next. Court Star A. 0. F. At Home j Kobiu Hood and his ni-erry men j have decided to bold their third an- nual smoker and at homo in their re- treat, "Sherwood Oddfellows' Hull, Fifth street South, on the ever.- j of December at S.MO. A fine gramme has boon uvranged, iudiid- j ing vocal, instrumental and piano se- j lections, also recitatkinq and speeches. Lethbrldgc Hotel Tho soeiiil committee has seen fit to mnkj- a charge of 50 cents adniisnion lo tho above smoker ami at. hcme. The proceeds go towards oMciniiip nirw re- gal to lion A Chance to "Make Good.'1 FOR THOSE WHO OVER- LOOKED." We have some exceptional values iu the gift line. They are yours for almost. your own price as we do not wish to take them into stock. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. C. 0. F. Notice All members of the C. O. F. are re- quested to meet in the K. P. hall this evening.at S o'clock for tho annual nstallation of of.ficers. It is to be hoped there will be a large attend- ance. Dormitory Boys' Dinner The Y. M. C. A. entertained the dor- mitory hoys to an excellent Christmas dinner in the auditorium of the asso- ciation building yesterday at 12.30. It was a successful function enjoyed by everyone. Application for Bail Judge Winter will hear application for bail in the District Court tomor- row, in the wheat stealing charges preferred 'against Linstrom and -Manii, who are being held meantime in the guard room at the Police Barracks. No Meetings This Week j H IB not likely that any more spec- ial meetings of the council to consider the charter "will he called for tfiis week. The last meeting of the old council for the year will likely be held on Monday evening next.- Medicine Hat Barrister Refuses Job C. S. Blanchard, barrister, Medicine Hat, was offered the vacant position of Deputy-Attorney-Gen era I of Mani- toba last, week, but he1 refused to ac- cept the job. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Lemons Grown in Lethbridge Major Hurnetl Ims a. lemon tree- at. his rnsidtnce, fiSU Sixui avenue i-Jonth, Masons Instal Officers Tomorrow. December 27, being the Festival of St. John the Kvangellst, the Masonic iraternity throughout the province will instal the officers for the ensuing year. The local lodges, Star, Xo. 4. find Lethl rirlgc, No. will hold a-joint timlallatloii in the School. After Umgo bUKinosH is concluded A banquot will be held, for which tickcui j 1 (ained from tho joint committee, Messrs. 1C. Oxland, .1. Jones, W. Ann- strong, Geo. Whc'Ien, B, Hoyt, R.j G. Straker, and IS. V. Uoolcy. for tho Court. W cordial invita- with n lemon measuring 1- n extended to a members and, UI fo visiting Forestera that reside in the) NEW YEAR GIFTS OUR ASSORTMENT OF YEAR CARDS. CALKNUAKS. BOOKLETS AND OTHER NEW YEAR LINES. IS LARGE DROP IN AND Slit! THEM. ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Dispensing Chemists Phone H87 The Major some time ago .f whloh ripened and were city that have not as VOL manifested I of a very ihivor. ou cannot beat j Sunny Southern Alberta. themselves to tho court. BUSINESS LOCALS Phonu GtflJ tliu Messenger Service for provnpt mrssuira and ha REX TIIAN'SFKR, Phono 070, office C. P. R. Theft CaciS The cases against Miller, Williams and Kinnciiburg, committed for trial ou a cbarge of theft from C. P. ft. Alberta Saddlery, opposite Coaldalc I freight cars, will come up bofm-p hi: Iioc95- L1- j Honor Judge Winter tomorrow, when ihe parties will in all prob.i- bllity elect for a speedy trial. J. 11. ditlon 10 its yreiit feeding value, has iintisepttt; and dlyestivo properties, provontini; nnd enullcating, worms, ami keeps tilt: animals free from colds, dinrrboea, and other C. nanrahrm, 'phono i-W. pfcrt. Palmer is acting tar the prisoners. anil hcalt York. Deo. million more telephone than the normal day's business, which is about 000 calls was tho result of the day- bef ore-Christmas business in (he storm which struck tho city yester- day, according to the of the New York Telephone Oomptay. The Btrcft traffic blocked, out! ttoemod to turn to the wire UH the, heat wily out. Tho Increase' in calls is imiirpcodent- Ja history. NEW PRICES ON NEW FRUITS RAISINS, IS packet.. 10c RAISINS, 12 oz. packets, 3 for 25c. MIXED PEEL, per Ib. ...20c MIXED NUTS, per Ib. 20c. PRUNES, per Ib. 10c. BULK DATES per Ib 10c TABLE FIGS, per Ib. ...20c, TABLE RAISINS, per Ib. 20c MALAGA GRAPES. Ib. ..20c ORANGES, per dozen, 30c, 40c and 50c. CHOICE TABLE Per box BANANAS, per. doz. 40c. he Premium Grocery 424-Hth St. South JUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terr-ills PHONE 574 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDQE After Christmas Sale 10 Off all Xmas Goods Street South PHONE 575 Lcthbridgc P. O. BOX 27 READY ROOFING There is still time !t set that building under cover before USE PAROID OR CERTAINTEED READY ROOFING. Easy and Quick to Apply, _ Economical Guaranteed for to Years Your orders will uavo prompt intention. Orders from tile trade especially so.Ueiled J. B. Turney Company SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Bulldorc and Contractors, Mines and Mills Phones 750 and 1765 Lethbridne Albfirta. 1245 Ave. S.