Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FftEE TO ALL Hotel Windsor BMt Day In AlbtrU TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDOI The Dallas Hotel ll B.n and lent to SUy We handle only good' whips'. It pays us to'sell that kind .'because it pays yon to use them. Try one and see. CW.GRAY Store That Saves You Money" Greeting Cards 'Order j-our Private Xmas cards now, and have them ready on time. Large stock to select from. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door West of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Prescriptions A licensed graduate will dispense your pre- scriptions if you let The Hedley Drug-Gp. do your particular work.- The Hard-to-Get-Filled Prescription is onr specialty. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of AH Kinds Dont let the child starve, give It nourishment. Give It tha food that agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask. us, probably we can assist you. We make a specialty of infant foods. Prom tho variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a food that Will agree 'with baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you timo and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUQGIST3 SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 Our Wall Paper Specials 'Are every clay specials. Write, phono or call'for.samples. All grades and prices. 'n The Revlo Co. Painters ant! Decoraton Avenue South Thisn's tho hook of tlie season and ono you cannot to miss securing. Eacli KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 Get a Case of Winter Apples or While You Can Get Them Right Wo are unloading another car of fancy apples and poara from Washington, which goes io show that' iho stock is choice and tho price right, otherwise wo coulU not navo sold over three hundred cases all the best varieties at per ease- All 2nd quality, eating or cooking, per case ........................................J1-90 winter pears, Anjous or Idahos, both splendid Your choice ot all tho best cooking apples, at per _..........., _ prlco tl.75 pears and-very ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear........ 'Medicine Hat, cloudy Battleford. clear...... Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, clear Moose Jaw, cloudy Qu'Appelle, cloudy.. Winnipeg, cloudy......' Port Arthur, cloudy Kamloops, Pentloton.........'. Grand Forks........; Forecast All today, nesday, with stationary, higher, temperature. 46 19 44 22 4-1 24 .02 3G 42 30 24 34 IS -.OS 27 .01 2C .00 36 20 .06 4S 32 42--3C' 40 30 41 33 .07 :nd.on Wed- ,or a little CITY AND DISTRICT civil Supreme Court Mr. Justice Harvey will preside at the fall sittings of tho Civil Supreme Court, which-opens here on the HHh lust. Board of Trade Meeting A special meeting of-the Board of Trade will he held In tho secretary's office tomorrow evening, at eight o'- clock. Work on Merchant's Bank Work will be begun 'tomorrow on enlarging and remodelling the exter- ior of Merchants Bank...... North .Ward Ratepayers A. meeting of the rate- payers' association will. .be. .held .In Kennedy's Hall this evening.at eight o'clock. Had Fine Crops, Threshing has been completed at the Claresholm Demonstration farm, and the crops turned out No. 1 with a good yield. Spring wheat went forty bushels to the acre; barley seventy, and oats one hundred and five bush- els Carmangay Merchant S'eVls Out Frank Williams, general store and hardware merchant, Carmangay, is re- ported to have sold out to Mr. Pea- cock, of Calgary. Mr. Williams went to Carmaugay when the town started, and with a modest capital succeeded in making a handsome amount. If he leaves Carmangay, citizens gener- ally will deeply regret it. Bought Big; Bunch of Steers Hon. Duncan Marshall and Mr. J. C. Elliott, M. P. P., West Middlesex, Ont, were at Grassy Lake, t yesterday, the Minister bought 187 steers. Of these, 105 will .be placed at the Olds Demonstration farm, and 82 at the Claresholm farm. The steers were bought for feeding purposes, anil averaged 1325 pounds. Mr. Marshall says they are a, fine bunch. He ac- companied the "Mixed Farming" spec- ial to Carmangay and Vulcan today. _ To Be Tried at Lethbridge Bow Island Review: G. Schultz, un- til-recently employed at the Pioneer Meat Market, was brought up before Justices E. C. Ludtke, and W. Fletch- er, yesterday (Thursday) charged with forging his employer's signature. Schultz paid the clicque over to H. Furness, for a gambling debt, anil the latter finding the cheque worthless, instituted proceedings. Schultz was committed to take his trial at Loth- bridge. To Be Consulting Engineer Following the recent visit of Mr. Rrcnfell and other directors of the Southern Alberta Land Co., It Is un- derstood aomo changes will take place shortly in the management of the company's affairs, principal of whtah Is lire appointment by the board of directors of It. C. Kennedy, formerly chief engineer of the Punjab Irrigation In India, and now a rosWent of Ilrltlsh Columbia, to -be consulting engineer. Going to Regina A conference of civic officials and Industrial commissioners towns and cities in Western Canada will ho held in Regina on Friday and Sat- urday. A. B. Stafford, chairman of tho New Industries committee, and j Jj Manwaring, secretary of the Board of Trade, will in all probability attend the meeting at which the ques- tion of .bohuslns will bo discussed. In. order to, facilitate matters a of tho Hoard of Trade will bo heM morrow evening to discuss question of honuslng Industr' other matters will lie thorou'' Wa Meccano A Wonderful Toy for Boys This Is a set of iuterchange- able steel parts which can bo put together to form a great number, of different mechanical devices. It is an education as well as a pleasure. Let us. show it to you. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Encampment Meets Wednesday Lethbridge Encampment, No. 7, I. 0. O. P., meets tomorrow night In the Oddfellows' Hall. Police Court A group of drunks faced tho eadi in police court this morning, and were fined the costs of tho court. Higip botham's Pulmonic Syrup For.Thai "HTJSKINESS" COUGHS, COLDS, ETC. J. D. Higinbothara Co., Ltd. S. O. E. Notice S. 0. E. R. K. meets on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock sharp. All members are requested to attend, as business of importance in connection With the Provincial Grand Lodge will be discussed. Building Bridge at Monarch A large gang are busy nt 'Monarch on the new bridge over the Old Man River. It will be a steal structure, with concrete abutments. Tho con- struction of the bridge -will open a big territory for Monarch on the south side of the river, and give a large number of. farmers u considerably shorter haul to market. Alice Neilsen Tomorrow The musical critic of the Toronto Mail and Empire has the following to say of Olllss Neilseu's singing: "There are few more thorough artistes on the concert stage than Miss Alice Neil- sen. Her voice is light in timbre, but its perfect sweetness and the beauty of her shading gives charm to all that she sings. One would conclude when she gives such numbers as "The Last Rose.of offered as an en- core, that she would be at her best only in lyric selections, but Jllss Neil- sen has such a thorough command of her art that her appearances ,aro a succession of surprises. She Impart, ed a depth of feeling to the aria from "La that conveyed the full sweep of the emotions 'which Puccini stirs in all his passionate music. Then again, there was a tripping daintiness to the aria in "The Barber of Seville" that 'is rarely attained by the many sopranos who attempt this number. MONDAY and TUESDAY EXTRA SPECIAL 70 PAIR HEMSTITCHED LINEN SLIPS, 42 Inchej Regular OOc quality; per pair...................... fW 60 PAIRS WHITE AND GREY FLANNEL SHEETS f4 Regular S1.50 and SI.G5; per pair.................. I 60 WHITE COTTON BED SPREADS, HONEYCOMB f C PATTERN; each......... I I it 25 PAIRS GREY UNION BLANKETS; SIZE JJO QA Per pair......................................... THIS BEDDING WAS USED FOR TWO NIGHTS DURING CON- GRESS AND HAS NOT BEEN LAUNDRIED ORDERS NOT TAKEN Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 62S Save 8 per cent, on Groceries A few of our attractive prices 6tbs Carrots 6Ibs. Cabbage Slbs. Onions 26tbs. potatoes 100tbs. potatoes 10c. 10c. 25e. 25c. 85c Spanish Onions, for ,.25c. choice Apples 25c. 1 Box Apples Concord Grapes 45c, Pears, per tb............. 10c. Cranberries, per Tb........15c. Special Offer B. C. Sugar, 20Ib sack .-..J1.25 The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllls PHONE 574 TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 666 the Messenger Service for pro-.npt message and baggage delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phone 107-1. ONLY TWO MONTHS U1KI1 Christmas Don't delay ordering your Christmas greetings until too late. See the beaut iful range at the Herald Job Depart- REX 070; olllce Kaake's Uarber shop; coal delivered C. 0. D. Court Unity, A. 0. F., will hold the first ot a series of Whist Drives on Wednesday evening next, November Cth at S p.m. sharp. In Unity Hall. Good prizes. Special prizes for most points at end of scries. make clothes with quality bench made. The Crown Cleaning Works. 277-1 Steamship Arrives The Canadian Pacific s.s. Montfort Quebec at 12.20 a.m. on the -Ith. Western passengers will arrive WANT A BETTER MAIL SERVICE CARDSTON LINE SUBJECT. TO MUCH DELAY IN REACHING OUTSIDE POINTS Raymond, Alta., Nov. on the Cardston branch arc uniting in a I concerted effort to secure belter mail service than they have had heretofore and in their cfiort they have the as- sistance of the commissioner of the Associate Hoards of Trade of South-' era Allrerta. At, the present time] there is no mail clerk on the Cards- j ton train and all mails carried from; one station to another are closed mails. The difficulty, however, docs t not arise from any inadequate ser- vice between the towns on this- branch, hut between this branch and! the line to Cmitts, and across the ed at Stirling, lor instance, oi at] any station on Hie main line in the morning is not collected till, night, and must first go to Leth- bridge before it can be put into the! Raymond sack. The mail train for Raymond docs not arrive till the j night of the next day anil tlie ton-1 tents of the sack arc not distributed till long after the business hours of the day. This means that a business letter from Stirling, which is eight miles distant from Raymond, would be till the third day .reaching the hands of the one to whom ad- dressrd. Thr mail train In the nioru- Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or four turners. 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 hack in the air nirxer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. i -j v The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGB In Winnipeg on Wednesday night, and ing returning to Stirling leaves bc- Lethbridgo at 3.SO a.m. on Friday, fore a business letter ran he written and postc.1 anil tlie answer must wait till the fourtli day before it Icnvcs TO RENT Fully modern eight-roomed house Furnace, Bath and Electric Light month 1607 7th Avenue South Apply to Arthur Hayr, of 632 6th Street South We Sell Heaters and Stoves Will Build Fine House A permit for been (nit- on out by Mr. Euscno Coste, head of the Natural Cns Co., for a residence at Mount Royal, Calgary. This Is the biggest permit for a private dwelling taken out this year, and is exceeded by but ono or two others taken out in previous years. BORN W. li. November 4th, to Mr. and Mrs. U a aon. 277-1 curci colch, imrt h. IK Raymond. It "must co to again leiorc il reaches the Stirling, mail and docs not pet to its dcs- 1 tination till lhc fifth day. This makes practically five days for the answer to reach a Stirling corres- pondent. Commissioner Leach advises that we ask lor a railroad post office ivliioh has n mail clerk in charge, so that a letter put on at Stirling at night will reach Raymond Hit! same night. It will also ensure that Unit- ed States mail not require to he held over at I.etlihridgc for a whole clay before reaching the iowns of the Cardston branch. One mail clerk can handle all the work and tlie service rendered will amply recompense, the company for uny expense. Roofing Material We also curry In stock a full lino of Tarred Felt Steel Shingles Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Building Paper Waterproof and. Insulating Papers are headquarters for builders 'supplies of all kinds. MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phonos 755 and 1755 Lcthbrldgc, Alta. 1245-2nd Ave. S.