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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO AU. Hotel Windsor Day In Alfctru The Lethbridge Herald Get a Case of Winter Apples or Pears While You Can Get Them Right Wo are unloading another cur of fancy apples anil poara from Washington, which goes io show that' the stock Is choice and Iho price right, uthonvtso we could not Imvo sold over threo hundred cases In one week. Your choice of all the best varieties nt per All 2nd Quality, eating or cooking, per case Voiu'-'cholco Winter pear., AIIJOUB or Idahos, both splendid case................................ pears nnd very HMO flavored, price case Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 127i. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -----PHONES-----. Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Wo 'handle whips. It pays us to sell that kind because it pays you to use them. Try one and see. C.W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" While They Last The Farmtrs' Encyclopedia W.b.tcr'. Reliable Dictionary, leather binding and Indexed at .....................S1.50 White House Cook Book, the largest cook book published price................. And many othert text AT Farm Engines and How to Run The Traction Engine, Its Use and Dr. Gunn's Family the book to have in your home................. 52.69 ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whltnsy Block 1st Door of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Prescriptions A licensed.graduate will dispense your pre- scriptions if you let The Heclley Drug Co. do your particular work. The Hard-to-Get-Filled Prescription Is our specialty. The Frank Heclley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of AH Kinds Bout let tha child starve, give It nourishment. Give it ttio food that agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably wa can assist you. We make a specialty of infant foods. From tho variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a food tiat will agree with baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you time ami trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 91 Our Wall Paper Specials Are every day specials. Write, phono or call for samples. All grades and prices. The Revlo Co. and Decoraton Avenue South The Net, By Rex Beach This.is the book of the season and one you afford to miss securing. Each KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel., Dispensing Chemists Phono 1487 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Uattlt'iord, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy Kcgina, cloudy Minnedosa, cloudy Port Arthur, fair 21 30 30 30 40 30 Nelson 41 32 Calgary, clear............. 4-t 23 Medicine Hat, cloudy 40 24 Prince Albert, fair I..... 36 18 Jloose Jaw, cloudy 53 27 Winnipeg, cloudy 1.. 3S 24 Kamloops, clear -10 28 Grand Forks 3S' 32 .4 There have been a few light snow falls in northern parts of Alberta an Saskatchewan, but tbe, weather gci orally throughout the prairie provinc es has been fair and mild. FORECAST All West-A few loc- al snowfalls, but generally fair an moderately cold today and on Tups day. CITY AND DISTRICT Called to Bfalrmore Kev. J. M. Beaton, formerly of Cay ley, has accepted a call to the Blair more Presbyterian church, and will be inducted next Thursday, November 7 Police Court A farm hand absorbed too much -joj juice on his monthly visit to the city on Saturday. He appeared in police court this morning1, and was let off with a warning. North Ward Ratepayers A meeting of the North "Ward Rate- payers' association will be held in Kennedy's Hall tomorrow evening, at 8 o'clock, when the election of offi- cers and other matters will .be gone into. Filling in Third avenue Car Tracks Tbe city have almost completed the temporary filling in of the street car tracks on Third avenue; which have proved somewhat dangerous lor some- time past. Meccano A Wonderful Toy for Boys Tins is a sot of interchange- able steel parts which can be put together to form a great number of different mechanical devices. H is an education as well as a pleasure. Let us show it to you. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Avi Supreme Court Tomorrow The criminal assizes of the Suprem Court will resume its sittings here to- morrow, when the case-of W. D. WhiC- ney will coine up before Sir, Justice Walsh. Time to Get Busy -weeks from Wednc-sday until Christmas. Don't delay in plac- ing your order for Christmas greet- ings. The Herald Job Department has some excellent designs. Call early and see them. Mr. Marshal! Joins Train Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, arrived in the city yester- day, and went with J. C. Elliott, M. P. P., West Middlesex, to Grassy Lake, to buy some cattle. City Council Tomorrow Tho City Council will meet tomor- row afternoon in regular session, at which time several important matters relative to the police and finance will come up for discussion. botham's Puljhonic Syrup "HUSKINESS" COUGHS, COLDS, ETC. J. D. Higinbotham Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Cigar Store Closed The Rex Cigar store on the corner of Third avenue and Fifth, street, has closed its doors, the bank requiring the 'Property for its own use. It is understood tUat-ilr. Borquo will not Calgary Company Got Franchise Upon the reiterated promise that BasKano would be served with electri- city by Christmas time the council of that town gave a compauy'of Calgary capitalists an exclusive Cive years' franchise of power and light iti Boa- son o. C, P. R. Building Garage Work has been started on the new C. P. R. garage being built by the De- partment of Natural Resources I''ourth.street, near the steam The building will cost suid is being erected by a Calgary firm. A. R. Rcdahaw is also building a residence on Nineteenth street North. Death of Mrs. Sparber Thfi death took place In the city yes. terday morning of Josephine Araolia Sparber, agod 27 years, wife of Char- lea H. Sparber, 645 Twelfth street B North, after a brief illness'. Deceased is survived by her husband and four small children, for whom much sym- pathy is expressed In their untimely and sad bereavement. ThQ remains bo taken to Fertile, Minn., for interment tomorrow evening. Phone C6G the Messenger Service for iro'.upt message and baggage delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phone 1074. ONLY TWO MONTHS until Christmas Don't delay ordering your Christinas greetings until too late. Sec the beaut iful range at the Herald Job Depart- ment REX G70; office Kaake's Harbor shop; coal delivered C. 0. D. 273-0 Companions oE the iove society will hold an Invitation dance in tho Unity Hall, North Loth- bridge, on Tuesday, Nor. 5th. Anyone wishing an invitation, phone 13R6. Needs orchestra will be in attendance. Dancing commences at 9 p.m. St. Cyprian's P. A. will hold annual bazaar in S. 0. E. hall tomorrow afternoon, Nov. 0. Pretty and suit- able- Xmas gifts also children's and adults clothing, home-made cooking, md catly will bo for sale. A concert' will be held in the evening commen- cing at 8 o'clock. Splendid program. Come and enjoy yourselves. Court Unity, A. 0. F.. will hold tho first of a series of Whist Drives on Wednesday evening next, November 6th at S p.m. sharp, in Unity Hall. Good prizes. Special prizes for most CITY AND DISTRICT Move on Pop Corn The edict has gone forth that the popcorn wagons shall no more stand patiently on the corners ct the main thoroughfares, as lias -been the case heretofore. The police have bean in- structed that the vendors of tile ap- petizing peanut shall keep to tho side streets. Preached at Macltod Rev. T. P. Perry was in Maclcod yesterday, preaching anniversary ser- mons for the church there. Rev. Dr. Kerby, of Calgary, 'was to preach, hut at the last moment he taken ill. Mr. Perry responded to tho call for assistance and his generous assist- ance was greatly appreciated by the pastor aud people at Macleod. After Destructive Soye Real estate men are after tlio de tractive parlies who" have-been takin buge delight in pulling down and de troying signs on vacant property i all parts of tlie'clty, and this m'on ing a deputation of realty agents waii ed on Chief Davis, and the police wil hi future keep u close watch on thes signs. Needless to say, tbe guilt parties 'will be prosecuted if caugbt. NOT MUCH LARGE TIMBER But Much Pulpwood Is Found in thi Lac Labiche Region Ottawa, Nov. 2. The Foreslr; Branch of tho Department of tbe In terior has liad a number of parties out during the past season continuing the examination of the unexplord districts to find out thc supply of tim ber on Dominion lands, and determine he lands which should be reservet lermanently for timber pur-poses'. These parties are generally 'barge of graduates of the Forest chool of tho University of Toronto. Tho work for the season Is almost ompleted, and the parties are re- urning from the field. Two of tho arties have already reported. Mr, S. H. Clark examined duriui he past season, tho district lyint ortb of Lac Labfcbc, and east of the River, in northern Alberta, "bich is along tbe route which was roposed for tbe Alberta Great Water, Railway. The season was wet, nd, as tbe district was found to be oTered largely by muskeg, the exam- nation of it was difficult. The musk. gs were almost impassable, and the trails that were found are in poor onditlon. In spite of the condition of ie trails quite a large number of peo- ;e were going in to Fort McMurra; i locate. It had been reported that there wa considerable large timber north Lac Labiche, but the examinatio brought out the fact, which JMS to frequently been tbe case, that th quantity of largo timber is small an only in a few scattered areas. Tber is, however, a large quantity of im mature spruce and jack pine, whic needs only protection from fire to b a valuable crop for pulpwood or lun ber. Tbe laud is generally covere with muskeg, and the soil, novrher first-class, becomes lighter and sand towards tbo east, where it consists o sandy jack pine ridges, with muskc between. The undraiued muskeg make tbe timber growth slow, but thi whole district is more suited for Urn ber growth than Cor agriculture. points at end of series. Don't forget the bazaar and concert to bt given in tho S.O.E. hall tomor- row under tho auspices Pf St. Cyp- rian's P. A. B.rlgade Had Two Runs The fire 'brigade had two runs yes- terday. The first was to North Loth, bridge to check tho ravages of a prai- rie fire, set by a spark from a pass- ing Tho other wan to tbe resi- dence of 10. N. Hlglnbotlmm, where a dofccUvo flno caused n blare. Neither fire was J THE SHRINKING GLACIERS It appears that, save over a snial area, the glaciers of the world are re treating to the mountains. Tbe Arapahoe Glacier in the Rock ies has been melting at, u rapid rait ;or several years. Tbe glacier on Mount Sarinlento in South America which descended into the sou during thc last century, is now nopuratet! from the shore by a vigorous growth of timber. The .Tacohsliftven Glacier ii, Green- land has retreated four miles since tho year 1SUO, and the East Glacier In Spitsbergen ts more than a mile away from Its old terminal moraine, farther up the mountains, and the glaciers have withdrawn three thous- and feet from the lowlands in a cen- tury. In the Eastern Alps and one or two other email districts thc slaciera are growing. NEW SEAL IN USE Ottawa, Nov. formal proclam. ation has boon issued authorizing tho use on all public documents of thc new government seal of Canada re- cently received from tho Colonial bt- fico In London. WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel li Bert and Moit CorwMk ______lent Plact to Stay MONDAY and TUESDAY EXTRA SPECIAL 70 PAIR HEMSTITCHED LINEN SLIPS, 42 Inches Jfl llogular COc quality; per pair 4UC 60 PAIRS WHITE AND GREY FLANNEL SHEETS 4 nn Regular nnd per pair I .CU 60 WHITE COTTON BED SPREADS, HONEYCOMB tf 1 tf PATTERN; Regular 51.45, each 25 PAIRS GREY UNION BLANKETS; SIZE e-n An Per imir THIS BEDDING WAS USED FOR TWO NIGHTS GRESS AND HAS NOT BEEN LAUNDRIED CON CON- PHONE ORDERS NOT TAKEN Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnish ers Bawden Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Save 8 per cent, on Groceries A few of our attractive prices 6Tbs Carrots 10c. 6rbs. 10c. Btfcs. Onions..............25c. 26tfcs. potatoes 25c. 100tbs. potatoes......... B5c. Spanish Onions, 5tbs. for ..25c. L IJAttis choice Apples 25c. 1 Box Apples Concord Grapes 460. Pears, per Tb.....'....... 10C Cranberries, per 15C.' Special Offer B. C. Sugar, 20Ib sack The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE S74 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three 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 mizer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVS. LETHBRIDGB Roofing Material PAROID AND CERTAINTEED COMPO RUBBER ROOFING NONE BETTER FULLY GUARANTEED Wo also carry In slock a full lino of Tarred Felt Steel Shingles Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Building Paper Waterproof and Insulating Papers We arc headquarters Cor builders 'supplies of all kinds MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 765 and 1755 _Lothbrldge, Alia. 1245-2nd Ave S ;