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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FHM TO ALL TRAIN! Hotel Winder tut .D.y HoM In Alk4rU J, f I WHIN IN The LCTHRHIDM b lilt ind Moil U 4- s. w. MEANS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS jj'RKrHTEN .Now is the time lo protect your homo-from tho siprms.aml snows.of, tho coming winter months, for unless the'paint film iVitoiiml and In good condition, the froitts mid damp will got into the lumber and open up the gniili and gradually start andx'decay. -Then there'll be'ueed for repairs. audMtfs'sCnr cheaper to than to repair or rebuild later on. recommend Sherwin-Williams Paint, Prepared S. W. P., because :we'know it's mode of the purest materials; pure lead, pure zinc, pure linseed-'oil ami driers. S. P. represents the moet scientific combination' of these ingredients, mixed and ground by powerful machinery. The formula Is on every can. S. W. P. IB ,the to use, covers the greatest surface and wears thfl longest. Come in and set a color card and let us tell you what colors will look best on your home. Ettimatci fUrnUhed Free for Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Tinning and Furnace Work. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. W'l Olvt Attention 1C, M.lll Ordsri f. O. GRAMOPHONES We have a laro-c stock of Columbia Victor firainoPhone Kecords To Select From. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW.WHITNEV BLOCK .FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK; PHONE 12M, AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER) A 50-LJt. CASK OF CJIOICK WINTER APPLES such .-is (lie populnr .ioiutllmii, Koiiiiiii lioiiiiiy or Belle .Flower at. per i-iiso. is Hie liesVbiiy in iho city O'miocoimt, of the. short crop of Apples in (ho Eastern Provinces, the.price on first class stock js certain to advance very materially. We therefore advocate an Carly and liberal purchase. Tills week ive will sell Blush, Wealthy. Plppius, etc, good eating nnd cooking, case to be .the last of the season, nt 10c per Ib. or per case 75 By Placing your order with U4, you will bu your preicriptioni .to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. RIPLEV, MANAOIlt PRESCRIPTION PHONE PostCards CHRISTMAS CARDS in Variety .If there ever was a or post and Chrlatmns cards, we have it. Many stylos and.kinds, ilanj- sizes, and odil shapes. 'Many unique, attractive and distinctive, ive think thorn just a little bit .better .than the Wo know you will think so too. Prices range from oc to'more "handsome ones at 50c. for remembrance with good thoughts, beautifully nxecuted in colors. Select your cards for sending abroad now. It is not a bit too soon. JACKSON COPE PRE1CRIPTION to JOHN1TON A JACKSON, iLOCK. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER E. X. Barker, of Cardston, ipent a sw liours ID the city yesterday. James A, Lindsay, ot Vulcan, has een appointed a-justice of the peace. M. D. Couch is a Pincher Creek visit- r In the city today. Samuel Heap, of Madeod, has bvwn ppolnted a justice of the peace. An Edmonton rumor, from a Tory mrce, says Hon.-Frank Oliver may enter the Sifton cabinet. J. Miller, of Carmangay. bus been appointed a process issuer by rile Alherta government The Bihle Class will inevit at the V. -M. C. A. this evening at 0.30 when supper will be served? R. V. Gibbons went east to Chin yesterday afternoon to look over a j iarm tract with-a prospective nuyer. j Thie set-vices at Westminster church 1 win be continued all this week. Rev. T. P. Perry again tonight. B. S. Butler will' build a residenc j ou 12th street north-at a cost of and Geo. D'slaney is erecting a bai on Third avenue south costing- The i'. M. male chorus 'wi on Thursday'at the T. C. at 7.30 p.m. .Mr. Layton will be i cnarge. Friday eyeiilng al the Y. M. C. A vili be an opeii night for the hoy of the between the ages of te and seventeen. C, E. -Moore. Monarch; A. .E. Ken dall, WInniired: Austin. L. Taylor, A lorado, and Edgar TilcRae, Pinche Creek, have b-aen appointed commis j-sioners for taking affidavits.. W, IS. Payne, barrlstpr'.of R'cd Doer arrived in the city from the north tins morning and is spending the' day the city. Win. S. Lous, of AHorado, has. beet appointed a pound keeper, the pound lo be kept on the southwest qnartei ot Section 2S Toivnship r> Range 30 west of -ihe Fourth Meridian. R. E. McArthur returned from Card- STOII yesterday morning arid went north this morning to inspect the pro- gress of the waterworks and-'electric lighting systems being installed at uarmangay. The Lethbridge Weyb.urn Realty Go. have opened" a branch office In the Cadogan Block, Calgary. C. W. Cook, the president of the company, is in charge .and will conduct" a general real estate and farm lands business. Two basketball games will take place at the Y.MIC.A. 'on Friday even- ing betwe'an the first t-aam and a picked team, and also le- twecn the Pirates and Midgets. There will be ('me-swimming for everyone afterwards. Everybody is cprdiaViy" nvited. The Lethbridge School Board has FEASTING TIME is coining. You enjoy yt-nr meals so much better off nice DAINTY DISHES We have them to suit every pocketbook. ._ SEE US about that DINNER SET lo- day. SEE OUR WINDOWS KlRKHAM BROS 315, Sixth St AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS BUSINESS LOCALS, Order now and get prompt deliyerv n1 the tu-clve-inch dry firewood. BfiCk- St. Vales. Phone iss-l. Don't miss the big comedy, "The aniciire at. lira Burelta, ancl vo other bjg features. Call lit, the Uihbrldp Menngw for 4Uick mestagt and Silvery- Office 317 Rauut St. '-.ilM The pictures at the Eureka 'Mart ght were tile test ever seen'In tliia ty nnd were woii applauded by every le. Don't, forget the dance in Unity all on Tuesday evening next. 271-3 Storm doors or windows in stock or to order and hung. Call-on Citi- ns Lumber Co., Ltd.. pnone 362; Ist'avenue south, 12th A street. Ladles' Aid of Coaldalfeirlll hold their annual supper on Thursday tlie purpose of purchasiiiis school site, i evening, Nov. 9, from fi .to 8. Theri which shall consist of Lots. 26, 27, and a fanoy jn 28 In Block.67 Plan of Lelhbrtdge 276.3 4353S, and the west .half of the north-j Your Ia8t chance to Eee those big west qunrter ot Legal Subdivision 5i features at the Eureka tonight. In Section 17 TownsllM) 9. Jlang'i 21 west of the Fourth' .Meridian, and 000 for the purpose of..erecting and J.D.HIGINBOTHAM iCO. LIMITED Family Dijpensjpg A- djsiufcct-; ;inls Ilia! aV'c com- monly used as T'y- "phojd Preyeiijtatires Carbolic Chloride of Lime, Plait's Chlorides, Five Chloridel, Permanganiite of Formalde- hyde, Lyaa! e rirrv onlj the Jjest of the above. Phpne yoiir have the messengers been empowered to borrow for Babbitt Metals Solder S Wiping Solder Caulking Lead Dynamo Metals Carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. O. BOX JM SIXTH ST. S. PHONE ill {furnishing a ycbool bouse. Sections 17 IS 19 20 29 and 30, the north halves of Section 7'and S. and CITY AND DISTRICT Julia Christian Hancock, aged 17 montlis, diod yesterday. This is thti infant daughter of James Hancock, of 12th street north. The funeral took place this afternoon from St. Pat- rick's church at three o'clock. Father Hosentlial was in charge. The demand for men at the prouont time is very brisk, the lumber woods iamlinff hundreds to fill their camps for (he winter. Men are begin- ning to come in from the threshing; outfits, and are ready to go to work n the woods, preferring steady work -httre than the interrupted work on thresher. Harris and Olson Iiavc j Uooked contracts to supply over two itmdred men during the past week. P. L. Leach came down from TnWar aat night, and is busy nt the Board Trade office toda.v preparing state- ments which will be necessary in his work of publicity commlsioner of the Associated Boards of Tradt for the coming month. He will leave in the morning to visit all the towns on the C. and E. between Calgary and Mac- leod, after which he will visit the Carmangay branch. The Leth bridge- Co. have fitted up spacious offices tlreir im- plement wai-erooms on First avenue, o facilitate handling that department! j or their business. In thfe future all Business connected with, this depart- pent will be conducted at- these of- i 'ices .leaving the downtown offices -to look after the real estate and arm lands business. The company rq considering the matter of eiilarg- ng warehouse in the spring. Great Falls Tribune: Roy Brady, un- i] recently a ranchman ntear Leth- ge but a- native of Sardinia, N. Y.. s visiting with C. W. and James Hess t this city, also of Sardinia, .with vhom ho was acquainted back in the Empire siate. .Mr. Brady lias sold his anch in Canada and is 'looking for a ocation and ha says Great Falls'has attractive look to him and hte hinks if he can find a desirable tract ear here he will invest and remain ere. Real estate is beginning to move the city once more. During e past, few days more sales have een reported than in aiy week duv- the season. Harris .and Olson re- ort the sale of lots and 30 and -15 id -11! on Ernest lots and on Second avenue north; two lots the Parish block, North Lethbridge, :nid a house in North Lethbridge.' -AM these sales were niadxj to eastern par- ties who contemplate removing to Lethbridge. They have also fienm-pr! ntuicns Tysii; Vttinahie ju'eces of pro- j perty during >tbe past week. L. H. .felliff of Spring Coulee, canio up from the south yesterday morning, and is spending o eoupte of 'days in Ontario Apples 'We arcjiisluui'loiuluig a cnrload of finest On- tario Apples, inehuling the J'ollowiig vtmotles-' Baldwins Spies, Greening-s, Ben Davis, Wagners, Russets, Talman Sweets, Spite, NH. 1 Northern Spies......jjWi.25 per barrel All other varieties ........ijia.lM) per barrel Place Your Orders Early. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd the city on business. .lolliff says KEEP YOUR EYE On This Space FOR BARGAINS Sale Starts Saturday, Nov'ber llth Alt Special Oak Heaters .15 Each Come with the Crowds Early Look For the Sign Arthur Hayr Phone 575 ASSIGNEE 510 3rd Avenue South. P..O. Box RBADlNO HER WISH in .that palm Is easy. Young man, place a box of our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY on that pink little platform and you'll be able' to glimpse Clmlil's rouiUry. jjoii L hesitate we've filled, tied up and are-keep; ing her liox for you toda.v. Corae ROCHON BEOS. toere is still a great deal of threshing to be done in .the country south of j Lethbrldge, and the farmers ginning to become rather anxious lest the weather conditions should contin ne unfavorable for the work. If the present cold weather continues some of the farmers will be unable to get their threshing done until the spring, which writ mean a. considerable los-3 In the yield. KINNONDALE CITY AND DISTRICT, A. G. Harrison, of Edmonton ,haa been appointed a member of the those portions of Sections 31 -and of Governors of the University Iving south of Pakowkl Lake.ln Town- ]ot Alberta. ship 3 Range 7; Sections 13 .14'S3 241 John Home, of the firm of Camp- bell, Wllion and went north' to Calgary yesterday afternoon on huviness connected with the com- pany's branch at Calgary. Superintendent Price of the 0. P. R. at Calgary went through to cine Mat In his private car attacked to the eastbound local yesterday. .-It Is believed lhat hit short stop-here miy result In mine important changel In method of handling the chowds at the station during tk< orrlTii ud :25 26 35 and 36, and the north Imlves of Sections II and 12 in Township 3 Range S; that portion of Section 6 ly- ing south ot the said lake In Township 4 Range 7; and those portions of Sec- tioro 1 2 11 and IJ lying south of the mid iokr in Township -I S wcut of (he Fourth Meridian, havo been er- ected Into a School under the nam-o cf the Wagner School-Piatriut No. KM of the Provin-o of Albortn. Stmior Trustee, J. J, Ten- Kinnondale, Nov. Bow-' is returned recently from a visit to its parents in Durham .county, Ont. T.hc Midway .school has been com- ileted and was opened for business iboui Oct. Jst. Tibbitts made a trip to Lcth- iriclgo last week in connection with ihtaining a patent lor his homestead. Reid's threshing outfit Is busy In the First Chance district. Tlie oats are rolling out in great quantities and some good, fields "of wheat that were sown early and so escaped the Irost, arc showing large yields, and good samkles. Great quantities of coal'arc being turned out Irons the Bow City mine. The roads being in good shape, and winter coming on, settlers from all directions, from Tahef to Queens- town, are laying in a supply lor the zero lime. C.N..R. SHOPS AT Quebec, Nov Ranj.dlan Xor- thorn railway have decided Ao nt upon work-'for the construction work ioopt IB QnelMK. QUAKER BREAD Isn't'it-nice 1 Yoii cat il once. You want it twice. Is t.he ,use of spending half a day Jn a hot kitchen when Quaker Bread Is so bandy? 1027 and find out how Kood it is. THE BAKER GILMORE 1110 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH We haven't been shouting about our Stoves and Ranges, but we are pleased with our sales. We will tell you why Every range we sell sells another WESTERN TREASURE, MAJESTIC AND MALLEABLE RANGES for satisfaction The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNCK ITH AND 4TH AVE., LCTHBNIOai. ;