Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUt TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor But a In Albrrta We Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Kiallas; Hotel It the Bcal: and Molt lent i'Uce to Stay REASE Just do a-little figuring on how much cheaper it'is to use the best You will only have to srease your wagon half as often. Think how much labor this saves in a year, of how much longer yur wagon will last if it is kept properly greased, which is a hard thins to do with cheap grease, aud of how much easier it is on your horses. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" Saturday Bargains .One Pound Package of En ton. Crane and Pike's celebrated note paper, and box of en- velopes for In shades of white, blue and grey. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door'West of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies A licensed graduate will dispense .your pre- j soriptions if you let The Hedley Drug Co. j do your particular "work. The Hanl-to-Get-Filled Prescription is our specialty. t i The Frank Hedley Drug Co. j OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL j BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't let the child starve, give H nourishment. Give it the food that agrees with It. Ask your doctor or ask MS, probably we can assist you. We make a specialty of infant foods. From tho variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a food that will agree with baby. We can servo you. with many other" baby requisites that will save you fimo and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Horse Blankets .L'ov tin- next. days wo will oiler horse blankets at greatly reduced prices. TIILS SALE IS GENUINE DON'T MISS IT The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbrldge Hotel Dominion Laxative Cascara BROMIDE-QUININE TABLETS b A Valuable Remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, LAGRIPPE, ETC. Will cure a cold In a few hours 25 cents a Box at KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES .Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 A Great Drop in Oranges Allhonsh oranges have been steadily advancing In price for the, last low moutlia and She wholesale in-ice is now so that il is almost Ininossilile to sell any kind of ornnses for-less Hum 50c. nor dozen, except very small ones, wv have secured a uiutlltlty at whill Is eonsidored a very low Drk'O just now ami for the balance- of the Week we are oraimes usually sold at from -tOe to liOc per dozen ,at PKH UOZKN Montana Snow Apples Only a dozen earl's li-l'l; while they lnsl, jn-ieo Ollis. for A shipment of bananas, Tokay grapes, Sweet I'otatoes aud soino B. C. Hipo Tomatoes. FANCY WINTER APPLES, heavy I'riru troin to S1.90 per case. WINTER pound cases. Price per case......................... Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Oept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER 22 3t> 20 -lli 28 31 15 32 10 '12 34 -19 35 -If 21 36 22 40 26 37 3S .01 Letlibritlge Kdmotlton, clear Jletlicliif Hat, cloudy .Moose .law, clear (Ju'Appelle. clear cloudy Penticton Calgary, clear Baltleforcl, clear Swift Current, clear Kegina, clear Minnedosa, fair 3S 28 Port Arthur, cloudy -It 36 .02 Nelson 45 35 .15 Grand Forks 4ti 32 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued mostly line and mild. The temperature was in Saskatchewan last night :han elsewhere. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- katchewan Fair and moderately cold Saturday fair. Fair today, and on Satur- ay about the same temperature. erf "DISTRICT Y. M. C. A. Debating Club The initial meeting of tha Y, M. A. Literary and Debating Society vill be Ire Id next Tuesday evening, 12, in the Y. II. C.. A. aud- toriuni. In addition to the inaugu- address of the president, Mr. J. Wllkie, A. Buchanan.. 31. P., will deliver an address. For the de- bate: "Resolved, that the advent" of "woman En to busin-eKs ami politics conducive to national the nffirmative supporters are Miss Ben- nett, aud D. A. Patterson; for the negatives Miss Waterman and F. C. Jennings. .Musical numbers will al- so be included in the progranime. A la rife and representative audience is confidently expected, especially from the ladies. A Wise Precaution Accidents on the street railway sys- tem similar to that of Tuesday even- ing, when a car jumped' the track at the corner of Sixth avenue and Fifth street, crashing into the premises of C. W. Gray, will he avoided in future, if Superintendent Reid can prevent them. This morning he'stated that all motormcn had'been instructed to make a safety at Sixth street South, when maid-tig the west run ou that street. This will put them on their guard, and the public may now rest easy. Similar orders may be given for other points on the system where similar conditions exist. The Police Court The usual quota 6E drunks and in- capEihlcs lined up this morning be- fore -Magistrate Bentley at the police court. Fred Frampton, with his head swathed In bandages so that he look- ed like a Maharaja, was tho chief actor. He claims that he lost ?SO.OO ns a. result of his little spree. He put up a strong story to the police that lie had been doped ami then rolled. However, in spite oE his head gear. Ilia face was recognizable as of a recent offender who had been given nnother chance, so the magistrate gave him three and costs. Me was unable to aegotlate that sum without outside aid, but his friends eventually came- to his assistance, and he was saved from working for tfii days on the b-jslncfis end of a wheelbarrow at the Hotel de Rivers. One other of- fender who was out on ten dollars hail failed to appear, so was soaHed the full amount. Durda Burled Jolni Urn-da, tbe victim ol' the Staf- ford tragedy, was laid to rest in the public cemetery this afternoon. The funeral cortege loft ihe undertaking parlcTt; of T. 3. Kottcrly, at half-past three, aud proceeded to 9t. Augus- tin's Church, where a brief and Im- pressive funeral service was golem- nixed by R-ev. Mr. Murrel-Wright. Tho little church was crowded with a congregation made up entirely of those living in the neighborhood of the district where the wedding cele- brations took place last Monday. The faooa of these folks plainly indlcat- cil their loss of a friend, for It. is generally known that" tho Into John Diirdsi was popular with his asso- ciates. BORN WednoHdny, Novem- ber lUli, to Mr. and Airs. C. A. COP Gold Fish BOTH PRETTY AND INTERESTING Wo have lust received a large GOLD FISH FISH GLOBES FISH FOOD FISH PLANT. Prices are low and there la no need why yon should he without a globe. SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN A Globe and Fish for 25 cents The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phona 555 Third Ave. Builders' Acids A liU'ge supply of MUJKIATIC SULPHURIC NITKIC and gal- lons. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mr, Kenny" Resigned Fred Kenny has 'resigned as mana- ger of the C. P. U. Telegraph Co. here. The Well Selected and tempting meats sold at; this' Meat -grow up fine men and wo- rn on. All the children like our meats Letiibridge Meat J. MURPHY, Proprietor Majestic Theatre Block, Phone'635 CITY AAT1> DISTRICT North Ward' Ratepayers meeting oC the North Ward rate- payers' association will be held in Kennedy's Hall on Tuesday evening next lit eight o'clock. Band Concert on 17th The City Baud will give its next concert in the Majestic Theatre on Sunday, 17th inst. Was Prevented from Going Aid. Adams did not accompany the delegation to Hegiuu. yesterday, as business prevented his going. Aid. Aird and Secretary Alanwarlng, of the "Board of Trade, are expected home on Sunday. An Instructive Lecture Prof. Win. U. Patty's demonstru- stration of Wireless Telegraphy, Had-; ium and Liquid Air given in church last evening attracted a largejj and delighted audience. The lecture was by far the most instructive of its kimi ever given in the eity. Prof- Patty prefaced his lecture by a short addte'ss in which lie said' it was nct-j tor to be a live man today than a dead Shakespeare. In his wireless demonstration the professor explain- ed fully the principles of sending wireless messages and also drew at- tention to the importance ol tuning1 the instruments. The civilized na-jj lions of the world, he said, were j er nearer peace than they are although lie admitted this did not in- clude Turkey. The lecturer also dem- onstrated liow it would fee possible; to light the. city of Chicago and set! in .motion the power plant at ..Ni-[ agura by wireless from Lethbridgf. I He also made special reference to the, wireless telephone, which would e-ven- I tualiy take the place of the present j system. Fttty years hence it would j ;be possible to plant cabbages or corn j one day aud cut them the following, day. Fifty years hence the mails j I wuuld be delivered in moments by j j iii'caD.s of the tube system, which was' j even now being freely used, although I in a limited sense. The whole as- I pcct of the situation was the strug- glc of genius ami science in the anni- [hilation of space and time. The radium demonstration was giv- en with the auditorium in darkness. .Stereoscopes were passed through the audience who had an excellent oppor- tunity of witnessing the wonderful powers of radium. This was follow- ed by tlie liquid air demonstration, where the lecturer showed how it was possible to freeze cranberries at a temperature of 312 below zero, and! also burn stcol at tbe same time. No! lecture lias even been given here to equal that of Prof. Patty's lastj night. Then: was not a dull mom- ent from beginning to end despite the technical nature of t'he lecture. Tins was due (o the judgment of Prot. who possesses a fund of hum- or which stands him in gooil stead while handling subjects dealing with scientific affairs. This city is in- debted to Prof. Patty for his able lecture on this occasion and to Supt.j Reid of the electrical .lepartnicu-t htTtit for his efmrls in bringing Prof. Pat--! ty to Lethbridge. [Educational lee- lures should never be ignored and it! gratifying to note that tbe an-1 dicnce was a large one, although the church should haye bct-n taxed to its utmost capacity. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone the Messenger Service for protnpt nr'ssaiie and bagsaec delivery. Court Stnr A. O. R whist ilrivo and dance on Tuesday night, mh at o'clock in S. O. K hall Court Unity members and Companions invited to attoud. usu-i Kingston, the tailor, phone 1074. We do repairing on ladies' :md gentlemen's clothing. The Crown Cleaners. ONLY TWO MONTHS until Christmas Don't delay ordering your Christmas greetings until too late. See the beaut iful range at the Herald Job Depart- ment REX G70; office Kaakc's Barber shop; coal delivered C. 0. D. 27.V-0 Court. Stnr social committee are re- quested to meet tonight a'. J. K. Clarke's Drury Lane. 1U in. dry stove- wood, per load, delivered any whore in city. Wncker Yatos, Phono 0. Box. R38, Lethbridge. Warner and 27.S-ir Court Star rohourF.il at. usual plaro at U.HO. Co mo on t.inic (W wo wnnt to have ample time '.o put on the work. Bawden Brothers' Week End Specials One Only, China Cabiract In quarter cut Cioldun t'lni.sh; hent corners; two-mir- rors. Neat design. Regular KALH CJj'C ftfl One Only, Cabhie) In Quarter Cut Golden finish. liirso jnirj fctyf ftft Regular HAI.H 1JWCK S Fw Fall Utilise Our Vonoil" will niuRo work easy. Cllpaus furniture and all wood worlc. Lethbridge's Greatest Home i Furnishers Bawden Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 700 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Save 8 per cent, on Groceries A few of pur attractive prices 6rbs Carrots 6tbs. Cabbage...........v. 10c. Stbs. Onions..............25c. 26tbs. potatoes 25c. IQOTbs. potatoes 85c. Spanish'Onions, Bibs, for ,.25c. choice' Apples 1 Box Applei i Concord Grapes Pears, per tb......... Cranberries, ier Special Offer B. C. Sugar, sack 25c. 45c. 10c. 15c. The Premium Grocery .324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllls PHONE 574 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three oc.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 miser.- G'as appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. Tlie McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE Fully modern eight-roomed house Furnace, Bath and Electric Light month 1 607 7th Avenue South Apply to Arthur Hayr, of Street South We Sell Heaters and Stoves PAROID AND CERTAINTEED COMPO RUBBER ROOFING NONE BETTER FULLY GUARANTEED We also carry In stock a full line of Tarred Felt Steel Shingles Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Building Paper Waterproof and Insulating Papers Wo arc headquarters for builders 'mippllos of all kinds. MAILORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, Alta. 1816.2nd Avc. S.