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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL Hotel Windsor Om, HMtf I. Alkcru Daily Herald I WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Dallas Hotel It Bttt and Mott Coitvtu. lent Plict to ttiy 1 tftxes Get a Case of Winter Apples or Pears While You Can Get Them Right jienrs from Washington, which goes to show that we could not have sold over three hundred cases CRANBERRIES. Caps Cod, per Ib. 15C, HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLES, tho Mee raol 30c and 35c. HUBBARD SQUASH, per Ib.................Q5c. PRIZE Ib..............'... O3c VALENCIA ONIONS, per Ib................Q5c B.C. ONIONS, per cwt........ ........OPS CABBAGE, per Ib......'...........'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 02e. A full line of all kinds of vegetables at low'prices' CREAMERY BUTTER Kneehill or Wild Rose brands; nothlug finer, por Ib.........lt... rn? T of fancy ami ill ok otbc'nvlse Your choloo of all (he best varieties at per Your choice of'all the CllSO All 2nd quality, eating or cooking, p'e'r' ciis'o Winter pears, Anjoils or IiInhoB, both splendid pears and very fine flavored, price case A WEEK-END APPETIZERS P" basket 75c tor FRU'T navor- 25c! There Should Be a Good Axe and a Good Hatchet in every household. Ours are the best CWGRAY The Store That Saves You Money" While They Last Encyclopedia Webittfi -Reliable leather binding' and iudeiad at 11.50. White Cook Book, tho largest cook book published price d 25 And many olherj text beoki. AT .Farm Engines and How to Run The Traction EnglnP, its Ule ind Abuse n.oo Dr. Qunn'i Family Physician, the book to have In your horn.-. JO.SO ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE WWtnsy Block 1st Door We.i of Union Bank AoentB for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies '-----PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dcpt. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dcpt. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbrldge, fair 51 Edmonton, fair 53 Calgary, clear 60 Medicine. Hat, fair 48 Prince Albert, clear 36 Swift Current, cloudy 58 Regina, clear ____ '49' cloudy 25 Port Arthur, cloudy 32 Pentlcton 44 Grand Forks 30 Kamloops, rain 4G l 2S "n 14 22 gt 19 36 30 The weather in Alberta has been fine and mild; in Saskatchewan mild during the day, but quite frosty at night, while in Manitoba it has lee fair and cold. Forecast All Fair today, and on Sun day, with a little higher temperature CITY AND DISTRICT Leasing New Stores H. A. Sinnott, of. Calgary, arrived jn the city this morning to make arrange ments for the .leasing the new stores lately erected by him on Fh street Prescriptions A licensed graduate will dispense .your pre- scriptions if you let -The Hedley Drug- Co. do your, particular woiit. The Hard-to-qet-Filled Prescription is our The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds New Assistant Blank Manager. "W. A. -Wright, assistant manager of the. Impsrial bank' of' Canada, Van- and formerly inspector, has been appointed, assistant manager at Edmonton. A Sign of Growth Olio department of the city has done a land ofifice busineBS. during the sum. mer. For the past six months the el- ectric light department has been av- eraging two light "connections daily. Last month 72 new services were in- stalled along existing lines, the ma- jority of them being in new residen- ces. The total .number of light con- nections for the .year will lie close to 350, and the profits of the department are increasing in proportion. This taken with the statement of the cltj engineer yesterday, that two water connections daily were .being made seems to prove that Lethridge's pop- ulation is on the increase. Soothing Syrup As a rule we do not-advise administering any soothing syrup to ..-fretful babies, for ofter -their-wakefillness and .crying are symptoms of iudi- when this is the .case Nyal's Laxona will bring relief by regulating tho sto- mach and bowels. There ;ire "times" though, when the cry I tig bnby so gets on its. mother's uervos that she must have some rest and peace and, then she will find Nyal's 'Soothing Syrup just what she wants to bring quick ease and 'Quiet to the uneasy and disturbing infant. Pi-ice 26 cents. Contain ho opiates what- ever. Produces a natural healthy drowsiness, The Red Cross Drug Book ;Co., Limited Phono 555.' Third Ave. CITY AM> DISTIUCT Massey-Harris Manager Trickey, manager of the Mas- sey.Hnrris Co. for Southern Alberta, is In tho city today from Calgary. Ticker at Cardston Tllo.C. P. n. telegraph company will. Save its lins comnleted to Oardsloa within a fortnight, the construction gang being within seven miles o[ the southern town today. Give Them Silk Flag The Board of Control of the Dry- Farming Congress fcive decided to present the Lethbridge Schools Cadet Battalion with a silk flag as.u reward for their services during Congress week. Coming Back Soon T. Evans, superintendent of tie C. P. R. Irrigation projects here, Is ex- pected'to arrive from the coast with- in n few days.. He has boen spending two or three months at the coast re cuperating his health. Saturday Night 7.30 to 10.00 p.m. EXTRA SPECIAL i ao S12E 00 CASH-PHONE ORDERS NOT TAKEN Uthbridge's GreatesrJ-iome Furriishers Bawden Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE1 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Save 8 per cent, on Groceries fitbs Carrots A few of our attractive prices 1Qc. 6tbs. Cabbage lflc. STbs. Onions 25c. S6tbs. potatoes 2Sc. lOOttjs. potatoes'...: 85c Spanish Onions, 5lbs. for ..25o. choice Apples 1 Box Apples Concord Grapes Pears, per to. Cranberries, per tb, Special Offer B. C. Sugar, 20ft sack S5e 4gc. ioc' The Premium Grocery J. TUFF. PRnpRIFTOD South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Ten-ills Don'l let toe child starve, give- it nourishment. tha food that agree, with It. Aak your doctor or ask probably we can assist you. We make a specialty of foods Prom tho W'U M ln "faSj JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8HEKLOOK BLOCK 1238 PHONE 471 POST OFFICE SOX 81 Our Wall Paper Specials day specials. phone-or call for samples. All grades and prices. The Revlo Co. Railway Made Profits Jf the street railway management could bank on a few more weeks like the Congress week, they would have no doubts about the system paying. TaMng the mouth of October as a b is, the street cars earned a profit of nearly one thousand dollars for tlie ratepayers. The number of passen- gers carried, according to the figures compiled yesterday afternoon, was 159.UO, the 'receipts being' an average of daily. Just what It takes to pay all charges of operat- ing, including the overhead espeuse. ia not known -as yet, but'H'Is' some- thing less than 5200 daily. The mar- sin of profit for the month is, there- fore, considerable. Incidentally, since tho mouth has brought a profit to the cpmpany, the system might go to the expenso washing the 'windows ofj lie cars. They are none too clean and have called forth uncompliment- ary remarks from visitors during the last few days. An application of soap water would do no harm. PRESCRIPTIONS Are tbo result years. of prepar- ation, and experience on the part of your doctor... COMPOUNDING of 'prescriptions correctly re- quires years of preparation and experience on tho part -of -the Pharmacist. YOU call a certain doctor becansfe you have con- fidence in his1 ability and sin- cerity, so you must take his the prescription to a druggist who meets the same reauiremeuts, and also Is con- scientious in riiaterial used. ALL lob often a good prescription be- comes utterly useless because below a'andard drugs have been used. This is why we ask you to show your doctor his prescrip- tions as WE COMPOUND THEM. We are proud of our ability and stock. Pie will rec- ognize it and be better satis- fied. Our prices are reasonable and delivery the best J. D. Higinbotham Fire at Grassy Lake Grassy Lake Gazettdl The fire- fiend, again visited Grassy Lake in he first hours of Wednesday morn- ng, and the residence on Second street North, owned by B. Wattum, .and.-vacated.only two days before, was totally destroyed. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mr. Cope in City B. L. Cope, formerly of Letfrbridge, was in tho city this morning, iu con- nection with business for the Alberta Business Men's association, of which .he is organizer, with headquarters at i Calgary. M-r. Cope is visiting some of the smaller towns in the district to- day. PHONE 574 Church of Christ Services The Church of Christ 'will hold ser- vices tomorrow in the Caledonian Hall, 518 Seventh sh-eat South. Sun. day school, 10.30, followed by preach- ing service. Evening service, 7.30. I Special .music by quartette. J D Pickcl, minister, 1312 Sixth avenue South. Buy Taber Coal Lands Taber. Times: A large coal deal, in- volving two sections and a half of coal lands north of tie town, consummated last week, when a syn- dicate -of Belgian Capitalists, took ov- er the property controlled by the Ta- ber Security Co. for approximately Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas or four burners. Double and Single Ovens. With circulating_ water heating connections for boiler or with copper reservoir. Ovens equipped with Grave's Patent Lighter, ensuring absolute safety, accidents impos- sible. .Prevents lighting back in the air mixer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. ,.....i, h. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge Lady Won the Money A Lethbridge lady, Mrs. A. KIIllnB, C35 Sixth St. guessed the exact weight of the chunk of Canada West coal from Taber, exhibited at the Congress last 'week. The weight was BDGSIb? or 351b. less than three tons. Mrs. Killins wins the ?10 award. Manager Howard donated the big chunk to the Salvation army. Palnteni-and Decorators Avenue 3oum Hallow E'en PULL LINE OF MASKS, ETC. Suitable for Hallowe'en parties, etc., rangino- From lOc. to each KENNY DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Hotel. Dlipentlnjj Chemists Phone Blamei It on Drink Another ripe.one was picked up ycs- erday by the city police, when .De- ective-Sergt. Kronlng took Fred WH- ams, light-fingered Into ow about five o'clock. Williams blew In a few days ago, and proceeded to work the hotels. He entered rooms'in tho Dallas, Windsor and .Arlington, BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 066 the Messenger Service for prompt message anil baggage delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phone 1074 Members of A. 0. P. degree team are requested to meet for rehearsal at the usual place and hour 2 30 lllc IS' stopped for a short ONLY Ttt'O -MONTHS until Christmas 'tlme by lllle fii" ot wet snow hero Don't delay ordering your Christmas Monday, greetings until too late. See the beaut i Mr- Graham was looking for more mil range at the Herald Job Dopart- hands in this district this week. He is threshing near Albion Ridge, and sale excellent results. Iron Springs, Oct. more the threshing is- stopped for a short ment Don't forget the auction ul farm stock and machinery and farm it Eight Mile Lake at 10.30 Monday. Owner selling out. J. A. .Smith, Auc- ioneor. W. J. Williams, owner. liono 30119 for any particulars 275-] iEX Phone Caako's Barber shop; coal delivered and in his two.days' operations came'C- 0. D, through with about S100 worth of jen t Companions of tho elry. The detective got wise ycslcr day through a complaintvfrom .1. W] lett to whom Williams sold a 'watcl for one dollar. Ho asked for two a' first, but later sold at a bargain. Wll Hams appeared before Magistrate Bentley this niOTnlng on flvc charges of theft, and after a mass of evidence from those .who hail been touched, he was committed for trial. All the if elry was recovered, and wllllator be returned to. tho owners. When itakci' If he had any defence, Williams said ho know nothing about the matter, that ho. had been drinking for tho .past two or threo days. Ho claims' to have been a member of.the Winnipeg Police force on, probation about two years ago above society will hold an Invitatio dance In tho Unify HAH, North Letl bridge, on Tuesday, Nov. Rh. Anyon wishing an Invitation, phone 1350 Needs orchestra will he In attendance Ijanelng commences at 9 p.m. A meeting of the Musician's Ulilo will be held at Labor Hall, Sundaj November 3rd at 2.30 p.m. Full at requested. Next Monday night being regula night for Court Star A.O.f'., a full at tendance la requested. Spocialousl Want the Court House .Sheriff Young Is In receipt of a elegram secretary ot the Hallway .Commission, asking for ac- vwmiu.loniun, itslflllg aC- commodatlon'for sitting.to bo held al he court house on December n, The telephone is getting here by leaps ami hounds, tilings look very busy near Mr. Eraser's store. party held at Mr. and Mrs. Brady's house last Tuesday was very enjoyable, it was Miss Grace's birth-i day. A parly for the childrrn was liiigoly enjoyed by (hem, while out- door and indoor games passed the evening pleasantly for tlie older ones Harry nictout was unfortunate enough to fall from his hay rack a snort time ago, although 1 c escarcd any serious injury, he feels nrcttj Stiff yet. GREAT EXPENDITURE ON DOUBLE.TRACKING C. P. R Vancouver, Nov. 2.-p. s. superintendent in charge of th0 double tracking operation on the C P R said tho work would Involve 'an' onl- ay ot closo to There vas.to be a donblc-track tunnel In th0 Selkirk Mountains, and a grade of less hnn one per cent, through tho-Hear Creek country would be procured. Roofing Material PAROID AND CERTAINTEED COMPO RUBBER ROOFINO 'NONE BETTER FULLY GUARANTEED We also carry in stock a full lino of Tarred Felt stcol Shingles Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Bulldlno Paper Waterproof and Insulating Papers Wo are headquarters for builders 'supplies of all kinds MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION J. B. Turney Company Phonti 765 and 1765 IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS ;