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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL Hotel Windsor 11.26 a Day Hotll III ________ Albertj LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDQI The Dallas Hotel If thl But and lent In Stay rf TURES have jusi reveivoJ a shipment of Hathroom Fixiuros in highest quality ruckle brass. Here is some- thing Unit will niiiUe a vory useful fliitl Our selection incIinUs SixJuge and Soap Holders, Tumbler Holder, Wardrobe Ho.ojia, Toothbrush Holders, Glass, Nickel and Plain Glass Towel Hail, finished with nickel Knob, Opal and Plain Glass Shelves, with strong nickel Mirrors of all sbi-.pes and sizes. V0ur range of Uathroom Fixtures is the most complete in the city. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY GRAY The Store That Saves You Money" 31O5th Street Phone 761 -3rd off XMAS FANCY GOODS BOOKS, CALENDAES 'Until January, 1st, 1913. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265 NEW WHITNEY BLOCK Say, old boy, Isn't .your wife as fond of candy she was before she married yon? Take home a. box from the Tee 'Frank Hedley Drug Co. J O OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DIS- PLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 1 9 13 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 HORSE BLANKETS ROBES, GLOVES AND MITTS Big Reductions on all Winter Goods Co., Ltd. uccersora to Tho Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of th. Lethbridgc Hotel NEW YEAR GIFTS OUR ASSORTMENT CF NEW YEAR CARDS, CALENDARS BOOKLETS AND OTHER NEW YEAR LINES, IS LARGE DROP IN AND aEE THEM. KENNY, ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Daiias Hotel. Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 VINELAND, OR FOR SHORT, VINE BRAND CANNED GOODS ARE A 1 QUALITY All the fruits, Tomatoes, string Hoints, and gallon siooiis are put up in Sanitary '.ins Is u very ik'sirnble feature. Only Um corn anil peas art' In ordinary (ins. nsk everyone that wants only tho best tti tlit'sy goods it trial. Thoso who havt> used theso goods in previous years will vouch for their ijuality. We name here a few of the leading lines anil prices hy the tin or lit case lots. Per case STANDARD tins, CANNED VEGETABLES Ib. Sanitary tins; 2 tins for 35c. Per case CREAM tins; 2 tins for 25c. Per case GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE San- itary tins; 2 tins for.................... 25c. for .........25c Per case EARLY JUNE tills, per tin ......15C Per case EXTRA SIFTED PEAS, 2I1> tins, per tin ___25c 3Ib Sanitary tins, per tin sallon Sanitary tins ........45C. Per case of six Gallon Sanitary Tins Per case of six tins............ WHOLE RED tins, per tin 20c TABLE FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP Sanitary tins for 45c ljer ease............................. RED OR BLACK Sanitary tins; 2 tins for 45c. i'er ease RED, WHITE OR BLACK 211) Sanitary tins, per tin 25o RED caic CRAWFORD Sanitary tins Per tin 20c. Per case BABTLETT 2lb Sanitary Per tin 20c. Per caso............................. GREEN GAGE Sanitary tins- Two tins for 35C- Vcr case LOMBARD Sanitary 15c. I'" Special Oiler on a Case of Assorted Table Fruit. Consisting of 2 tins Red or Black Raspberries, 2 tins Strawberries. 6 Peaches, 6 Pears Green Gages, 2 Lombard Plums. 2 Red Cherries, 1 Lawtonberrles and 1 of Red or Black Currants G making ,n all twenty-four tins or one case. Price for ihe above assorted case THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Dtpt. 62! Wholesale Dept. 1271. High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Battleiord Swift Current, cloudy Regina. fair Mimiedosa, clear Port Arthur, fair Nelson Grand Forks Prince Albert, clcudy Moose Jaw, snowing. Qu'Appelie, fair Winnipeg, clear Kamloops. fair Pemicton Fair and quite mild jeeri general throughout provinces. Forecast j All Fair and mild j on Sunday. 48 25 43 21! 4S 20 -52 3s 40 44 30 35 13 .05 3G 16 24 11 33 30 .60 32 21 1.30 44 24 .01 42 "30 39 30 eather has the prairie j After Xmas Sale 25 off today and CITY AND_ DISTRICT Docket Getting Heavy The (locket civil cases for the spring term of the Supreme Court is becoming vcrj- heavy, and at present looks as if it will be u record one. Address to Boys Rev. A. G. Cameron will speak on the subject of "Habit" at the meeting j of the Boys' Sunday Chlb in the Y. 51. C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 4.15. all Christmas Goods The Red; Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 Third Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Purple Springs Visitor .7. R. M'HIigan, of Purple Springs, is a business visitor in the city today. St. Mary's Guild Meeting Thu St. Mary's Guild will meet at the Church on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock for important business. Hotels are Qulei The hotels are experiencing a. quiet week. The knights of the grip are Jib- sent from their daily rounds, making the difference in traffic. Police Court A couple of holiday jags appeared before the cadi this morning in the police court They were first offend- ers and were let off with a -warning. Firm Names Mixed The write-up yesterday of the belie- j fits of the Puimotor ia saving life erred to the employees nearly over-] with nat.urai gas as belonging! o the Canadian General Supply com-1 iany. They were employees of tho vestern Supply and Equipment Co. No Word Yet No word has as yet been received from Ottawa concerning the result of the petition on t i'-mlf of the condemn-1 ed mail, Edwin Siokely, Of Warner, convicted some time ago on the charge of murder. New Companies Incorporated Letters of incorporation have been janted Irving's, Limited, capital, head office, Vulcan. The Prank Co-Operative, Limited, capital has been granted letters of incorporation. Gambling Appeals a Surprise The announcement that the gambl- ing cases are to be appealed, has caused some surprise in police circles. "They are the strongest cases I ever saw" salys Chief Davis. "If those con- victions arc quashed (here is little use trying to obtain a conviction in any gambling case until the law is BUSINESS LOCALS plionc GfiG the Messenger Service for nro'npt mcssitire and bagsraee deliveri- RKX TRANSFER, Phone G70, office Alberta Saddlery, opposite Coaldale lotel. t.f. Caldv.-ell's Molasses Meal, in ad lition to its great feeding value, lias nitiseptio and properties, prsveiUiiiR and eradicating worms, md keeps tlie animals froc from :oughs. colds, diarrhoea, and other C. Haiiralian, 'Phcne M9, Athletic Park. Two good stores and a large con- rcte basement fci1 rent in Bryan Mason Risen, Ltd. Socialist lecture Sunday, December 2fHh, at S p.m.. in the Morris Theatre. Subject: "Universal Peace" by J, H. Knight. A cordial invitation is extumled to all persons desirous of spending an enjoyable evening to attend Court Star A. 0. R smoker on Monday fivonintr, December 30. at 8.30. in tlio I. 0. 0. P. Imll. The members of above court welcome nil citizens to tli's nodal thai romitict. iiu'iu- solves as Kontloincn wKbin their nor- AdnUsRion foe r.O cents, for pur-; pore of dcfniyiiiR expensRH. 15-1 I The O. and M. of R. invitation damns December 31, at In the R. O. 12. lioll. S.O.12. noert nftrjnvitatloii. A Chance to "Make Good." FOR THOSE WHO O.VER- LOOKED." We have some exceptional values in 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. lil I'l'I'IU TELEPHONE NO. 322 Spokane Charter for Reference The mayor yesterday received sev- eral copies of the Spokane charter} which will be used as reference in con-! nection with the new city charter be-1 ing prepared here. The Spokane charter is very brief but at the same time is clear. Two Baseball Games Two games in the -schools' indoor baseball league were played this morn- ing. The Fleetwood team went down before the Westminster hoys by a score of 21 to 17, while the High school aggregation wass bumped by the Cen- tral school 10 to 7. The teams lined up as follows: West, Geiger, Mclllvena. Wylie and C. Geiger; C. Fuller- ton, 0. Fullerton, Robinson, Dodman and Henderson; High Maxwell, Donntll. Johnston, and P. West; Wallace, Fairhurst, McKlllop, VnKain, Gillespi and Morris. WAS VALUABLE LOAD AND SAYS NORTH COUNTRY TEEMS WITH GAME Preparing Annual Reports All the departments of the city are busy preparing data for their yearly reports which will be issued just as early in thn new year as possible. This year the engineering department will issue a special report which w! be printed in pamphlet form. Has Anyone Seen Her? Leaving her home in .Medicine Hat on December 22, -IVIiss ISrna Drouson, 17 years of age, hns not been seen since. The. pollen authorities there lave written the local police asking for aid in locating the girl, but there is no evirlancf! that she cam? this way. No reason is given for her mysterious appearance. Edmonton, Alta., Dec. H. ?ohertson, a homesteader in the Uhabasca district, north of here, j irrivcd in Kdmonlon today with. I he Jl pelt of a silver fox, valued at S1000; two brown foxes, seven hear hides I and 218 raccoon skins. Silver-tipped j fo.vcs are rare anil when proprrly marked the pelts are worth small fortunes. Three silver foxes ha-.o cciving from J450 to each lor been trapped in tile Lac la liiche country this season, the hunters rc- tlie pelts. The shin of the fox cap- tured hy Robertson is one of the I finest SjifC-imcns ever Iirouiht to this j market. Robertson reports big game and all fur-bearing animals are mirn- crous in the north country, saying also that the homesteaciprs will bring in manv skins this winter. The I chief drawback so far is the unsea-1 sellable high ten-.jicral.urc. The family remedy for CouKhs and Colda Smloh cosu little tint! doea muchl1' A SUICIDE SUSPECT Calgary. Dec. Bessie Sharp white wive of ITen Sharp, colored, was found dead In her lied this morning. The police are of tho opinion Unit the woman coinmlttnd suicide. Sharp -will he held pending tho intjnlrv. SPECIAL PRICES To Clear These Odd Lines 10 oz. hots. Small Sugar Jelly....... 10 oz. hots. Kootenay lac. t It) hots. Aylinur Jam It! 02. hots. Olivers' Join 5 tin.Olivers' Jinn 7 Ib. tin Culvers' 75c. Lawton- COODWILLICS' BOTTLED Raspberries, Peaches, Currants, Pears, Cherries, berries; all at 30 cents to clear OUL NOEL'S ASSORTED Regular 50c, 7Su and 51.25. Mow 40c, 50c ana 85c. SPECIALS IN CROCKERY ALSO. It will interest yon. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. NEW PRICES ON NEW FRUITS RAISINS. 16 01 packet.. 10c RAISINS, 12 oz. packets, 3 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. 20o MALAGA GRAPES. Ib. 20c ORANGES, per dozen, 30c and 50c. CHOICE TABLE Per box BANANAS, per doz. 40c. The Premium Grocery St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite TerrUli PHONE COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. "The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE SALE OF SKATES LITTLE BOBS, Double runner for children 70 cents. Now...............50c. HALIFAX CLUB 90 cents; Now...............GOc. MAPLE LEAF Now___........... DUNN'S Now............... HOCKEY 30 cents; Now.............. SKATE 35. cents; Now, per pair.......25c. Street South PHONE 575 P. 0. BOX 27 READY ROOFING There is still time get that building under cover before winter. USE PAROID OR CERTAINTEED READY ROOFING. Easy and Quick to Apply, Economical Guaranteed for 15 Years Your orders will have prompt attention. Orders from tuo trade especially sollcltud J. B. Turne'y Company SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders and Contractors. Phones 705 and 1755 Lethbrldjie Alberta. Minos and MIMa 1245 2nd Avc. S. ;