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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Fftll TO AL TRAIN! fr WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE I The Dallas Hotel t li the B.it and Moil Cenv.n- Itnt Place lo Stay -------------------------S Everything in Hardware And The Best Always Our slronir point in soiling llnrdwar'.- is that QuuliU sliall lie the proiiiine-nt Feature in C'vory line.' Oiir business is a big one timl _it lo siK'li'iiroportioiiS'OHly because we liuvo uixen satist'iiclimi all i lie time. BUY YOUR HEATING .STOVE NOW and have it sot up all ready for use. Oar assortment of re- liable heaters will supply every demand. I'rlccs range from to MONARCH RANGE The with a reputation. .Built on honor, of best mater- ials. The only range made entirely ot charcoal iron, that won't rust like steel: and imil- leable that can't break. 1 Outwears three ordinary mis- es. Prices SUPPLIES FOR FURNACE AND RANGE USE Coal Shovels......51 i1-25 Ash Shovels.......10c to Coal Hods ......50c to Handled Axes .....75c to WEATHER STRIP In this we show two kinds, all blue foil and Frost Ulue 3 strips for 25 cents Frost Vriee per box 60c Our 01, odoriess and Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. We Gln-seecKI Attention GRAMOPHONES Wclinvea liU'gc.. stock of -.'-Columbia Victor ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK flBST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. ;PHONS UM. AGENTS' FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS BOOKS YOU'LL LIKE The very latest, newest and best hooks are to be found In our Lending Library. Every book M selected with cure; there is a variety of good entertaining and amusing. Books by authors whom you prefer and some other very delightful books by authors .with whom you should got acquainted. .We take a very personal interest ih our Library.- Take a mem- bership. We're sure you'll like It. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE im. NUFACTURCR9 OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS "SUCCESS" FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Made of extra heavy Lake Superior coin rolled copper, the itrongest Fire Extinguisher made, tested to 850 pounds per square Inch. Casl Brass bottle holder. Hose cannot lie torn off; the only way It can be moved Is with I wrench. No time wasted, simply turn bottom up find It works instantly. Can he stopped at any moment, full charge need not be used: con- eequentiy there is no waste- or nenillcsi1. destruction of property. is not broken, can be used over and over again. Can be re-charged by any one In tew minutes for tt cost of 25c. Carried in stock by Canadian General Supply Co.ltd. THE GOOD GROCERY I, apprsdat.d.m.r. and more by mor, p.opl...v.ry lay. "THERE IS A low nd wholoson.e'food can b. .oil for ih. beat of .tor. Study Ih. ll.t b.low c.r.fully- Mclntosh lietl Apples On Saturday or Iwforo, wo will unload a ,Ciir of the FAMOUS MoINTOSH RED APl'LBS, which are being shipped from Ihc 0. W. Kerr Co.'s Or- chardi In the Hitter Hoot Valloy of Montana. These apples are absolutely the boat flavored apple on Iho market, and you cannot afford to be without a case ot this choice fruit. Every annle guaranteed by us and tho growers Per 3.0 iiomiil pure a! I'YuilK and Vegetables C'orichon Gropes, largo and per 6 Ib. basket....................................'5o .Malawi Gi-.ipes, per Washington Huckleberries ..................20c B. C. Choice Celery, per Ib..................15c sminsh and I'unipklu. per Ib.................5c Choice Jonathan It. Beauty, or Belle Flower -t ibs. for ........................26e Cooking Apples, per ........I1.SO ind 11.75 1'resorvlug Citron, per Ib................. ...5c Pears, per 10c- Or, per case PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Whobsalc Dept. 1571, Ice Cream Dept. 827. THE GOOD COMPANY PHONES HIGH CLASS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONF'ECTIONMV WHOLESALE A RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525. Whoitlll. Dept. 1271. lee Cream p.pt. 627. AM) DISTRICT The Value of Pure Drugs-arid the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies nqually between the nurity and tr of the drugs anil the method.and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly ot the highest class. Onr training, trperience and equipment assure that -all medicines will be com- Bounded rlgnr. N Bring all your prescriptions aero to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS. A. B, RiPLEY, MANABtH. PHONE 77J Tuber is ottering a Kansas City syndicate a Tree site for a Hour.. mill. Allan Taylor, of Nelson, has bought the new Windsor hotel at iiom Duncan Grant. In a three days' campaign at Nel- son, B. C-, raised for the hospital fund. Grassy Lake has installed a new ivhcmical engine for fire protection i purposes. I .Mrs. Robert McOihbon, of Taher, is lstil.1 Hi have heir to I left by a cousin, Albert jOwbol, oil Oakland, Cal. Several sticks of dynamite were found under the house of Isaac Ken' at lilnicinorc. The discovery resulted from a little son' being injured. .1. A. Gillespie, oi Vancouver, yes- terday purchased 6V x 2S5 feet 'at 3rd: A South, in Block 11., through i Messrs. Dowsley llnlhern, who al-j report the sale of improved half j 'section four miles west of the city. 1 Miss.-lessie McNali, aged IS, died last tvenins. Tlic remains will be shipped east to Port Hope on this afternoon's ti im Mr MiV ib I Hie father, will iccou pun the it cast. Ono of the MClims, ol the I of ilif powder icton it thihalis Washington, was Miss Matilda5 Ros- hach, oi Blainnorc, Alia. She went to t'hehalis in August last. I let par- ents still reside at Blairmore. Scvraty-five boys turned, out last evening at thi, "V "M C V to cnjo) thi, hfucfits offered hv the Association. Alio'it one-third oi those present were strangers The. basketball ganKS were ragcrly contested and great en thusiasm' prevailed The c j contest is on lull M ing i il !so far Ihc .Juniors are in the lead. The Illustrated Travel Talk to he given In- John P Chun in tht jley eliurcll onlhutbdii cvcnlll? {illitli, has been well received in the j! cities of the Canadian West. The I j Winnipeg Fru. I'rcss con minds it as a splendid leclnie mil the best sit OUR NEW GOODS BEING OPENED DAILY The greatest range FINE.CHINA CUT CLASS DINNERWARE NOVELTIES And FANCY GOODS., ever shown in this city. We KITCHEN HARDWARE And i "WEAR EVER" SEE OUR WINbOWS R1RKHAM BROS LIMITED Family Cnemlatt of stcreopticaii views ever shown 'Winnipeg. ihc route oi travel is westward, alon0 the C 1 R from I Winnipeg to the colst (town tin. FT coast, and throughout (Ulie land oi endless sunshine REXALL Oni sales n tliorp is nolliing bottci in tlie Hdii Tonic line It is the .guaranteed prer imration and we want you to, try a. bottle. If it is not Mt- iifactory, bring back the empty container; we will re- fund your money; -at BUSINESS LOCALS H o un Co las B Ciiblion B1K auctioneer mil sell M public auc, LETHBRIDGE HAS A SUBTRATA ROSY PEN PICTURE OF A BUSY DAY WITH THE CHIEF OF POLICE Poh'ce jag clearing house of the some pe- culiar combinations these, cold' days. Johnnie Frost lias got busy, and has them all driven in, and a half hour with the police court clerk furnishes some interesting human-interest stor- ies. Half .Moon Face, one lime dusky I warrior, bravest of all his tribe, blows in, and in broken syllables and much gesticulation, makes known the fact, that he is cold. He wants some white man's clothes. The obliging clerk digs around till he finds the needful, and'the native goes away with nn ap- preciative 'grunt, expressive of his satisfaction i Then appears on the scene a native of .far off Russia. He no speak very English., but manages to make liiniself understood after various ef- He intimates that he luii been J'obbed-r-yes, just plain jobbed. Thn strike is not setlled yet, and.he went ed a job. BO he-.went, to an ment agency. Of course. had j jobs galore, .so he subtracts himself i j from a good simoleou. ,and, is -given a job somewhere. He goes paying out .three good dollars and .seventy cents-besides, and when he gets to the scene of action .he iinds .the other fellow has Ireat aim to it Then follows .much cussing of the notorious employment agency, and Harleyvoolski pays out another three or four bones, if he happens to have it: and beats it back to Lelhbridse immediately he calls on the Chief-of Police to'tell his. trou- bles, and threatens divers things on the man who put up the job on him. Of course, the Chief promises to col lee- from Mr. Employment man the amount the Slav has lost on the deal, and away he goes happy. Then the sergeant brings in a mag IIR..C ag They are very plentiful in the city these days, having left their jobs .as threshers, and come to town to paint the place .up in true Western style The vag. has in his possession a chorine for fifty dollars ,and a bank hook showing that he is, the, proud possessor of 5576.39 in a bank j In some thriving village of plains The clerk looks up the man's recprd, and to his dismay finds ithat the frill of the victim has been Ih Ing on the citv in the Detention Home, for the past eight ua.vs. "With six hundred bones 'to his credit, the liidesinb.iKe tion at 2 JO Barliett St brick house on luc'dw ncxi (1'lh St the valuable inside and [lowers. open at T quai I ter lo eight o c'ock No admission I fee only silver collection. livery. holly welcome Ihib is jnrt of the "Sec first" educational movement. Typhoid fever claimed another vic- tim last evening in the person of ul 1Mauu Mr. .l.ames f rttjr Hrosui of Giti7Uib 1 umlier (o Ltd Bridge of All in MJotlind who was Ale Uth lateli employed with the George IKerr't'o. Mr. Brown died at his Order now and-Ret proi Ihome, l-Um I mdon I'o-id He was t on the Uehc inch dn firewood Beck ot Immunity has beou job dt Ding he city, and the Chief swears. I rcsiuYiiUa1 lots il tins address 200 2 Two new numbers on the program tonight at the Eureka Storm doors -or windows in stock or made to order ind hung t ill on phont 302 St 2801 ne e Then the head of the department tskes himself hence, swearing dhers punishment on the small -hoi Ijroke Ling Lung's shop window GRAIN CARGOES BIG SHRINKAGE very popular taiing man hcinB ialci Toronto Ont, Nov. Globe spLCiil 11 om Detroit says; "President William Livingstone, ot the Lake Oar rlers Association, is conducting an In vostigation Into the alleged shortage In the grain cargoes of a numher o The Bentley MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS Ulster Convertible Collars, Sooteh to Clicsteri'JcUls of finest, cloths JUST ARRIVED A New Consignment of. MEN'S SWEATERS Several different stylos in n Mtriety of wnll j blended to McPherson Hockey Shoes For Men and Boys I I Arthur Hayr Phone 575 'ASSIGNEE 610 3rd Avenue South. P. 0. Box READING HER WISH in that palm is easy. Young man, place a box of 0111 DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY on that pink little platform and you'll be able to glimpse Cupid B own countn Don't hesitate filled, tied up .ind are keep- ing her you todav Come QUAKER BREAD "Comes lo you every sweet MADAM'-Llfe IB too short and QUAKER DMBAD too foot I for to wend your time in a hot kitchen baking Just phone 1M7 Jor find out how good QUAKER BREAD reall, 1., GILMORE THE BAKER SECOND AVE. A. NORTH In the grain cargoes oi it uumoci 2MO boata loaded at Fort William l__ Several boats reported having and iavoralih known The dccciseu icinr too late or.dcr.ini, Clrg0ea .at' Kort William which who was rwly 3J years of age, leaves your RrcctinRS. Not mucV fttr short whnn weighed out n'v.'ifc mid child to mourn Ins lo s (o you wint to get Huffalo that the vessel owners were Tlie it.eal Masonic lodge of which namL ,mi address printed on assessed the freight profits ot the trip Mr. llrown was n mlitr mlPhiM. Secure them now at the Her to make good the shortage, j charge oi tlie funeral arrangements f. O. tOX 270 32< SIXTH ST. j which will Hko plate on Month} llie deceased b rcsidcntr Mr .i Ui'nvn's parents still reside in the old The body has been moved to T'eUerly's undertaking par- it has hceu prepared for burial. ,hem Omcc. Wide range to select from. 27') 0 AVIATED IN WRONG DIRECTION Wichita, Hugh Robinson today sustained a broken shoulder In a thirty foot fall. As tve WHS starting an exhibition his machine was caught in an air eddy he- hind a grove of iiieex; Robinson dis- covered he hnd lost .his hi- plane and jumjtcd. The plane, was wrecked. chinge lonirht al. the with ;l rip. roaring Comedy Call the 1-etlitirWge Service lor quick ud ,a-( nrlivery Ollm tr, Kuund