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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUrrOAtL TRAINS Hotel. Winaiioi- > , BMt $1.25 a bay HoUt In Alb�rta � I ge Daily Herald WHEN IN UETHBRIDOE. The Dallas Hotel U the Beet and Most Conv�il> lent Place to Stay . 1 We luiudle only good 'wlilps.'. It pays us to soil that kiiul becalisp it pays you to use tbeiu. Try one ami set\ C WGRAY *�Thc Store That Saves You Money". LeUihriflsf. f!oiiJy ..... .. r>f> 10 Kilnioiitoii, cloudy ...... .. 30 2S Uattleforil, cloudy ... , .. HO 26 Swift Current, cU-ar ... .. 3t is Ri'gina, cloudy ... ,....... .. 33 20 ."Slinncriosa, cloudy ...... .. 33 2t I'orl Arthur, clear ..... 32 Nelson ...................... .. 'i-i 32 .30 fulgary, clnar ........... .. 28 M ."Medicine Ilat, clear .... .. :�i 18 Prince Albert, cloudy . 18 Moose Jaw, cloudy ... . ,. . 31 28 Winnipeg, cloudy ...... .. 31 38 The weather throughout the prairie les When you require oflicc supplies, ring up Plioue 1205 and reeeiAeyour g-oods promptly. SECOND HAND UNDERWOOD AND RBMtNGTON TYPE-WRITERC TO RENT. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New WiTitney Block l3t Door Weat of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Offlcs Supplies Liquid Corn Cure Buy a bottle, price 25 (.eiits;. Use aeeord-ino- to (lireetions. It' not satisfaetoiy ^ve rei'und >'on llie ] iiioney at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEU' The Right Time to Bake Your Christmas Cake is Now In doing i^o yon will AvanI the..very l)estl'eol. Fruits,Molasst.'s. 8hell-cd Xins and otiier ingredixMils thai yoii can possibly got. We have the (lualily in this line and are selling (hem at very reaso.nal)lo prieos. CANDIED PEEL-.\:orton':�'� North Ward" Ratepayers A meeting of the North Ward rale-payers' association will be held in ICenuedy's Ha!!, totnorros- eveuing at eight o'cioek. Y. M. C. A. Debate Tomorrow Night The Y. M. C. A. debating club will open the seaEOu tomorrow evening In the aesociation auditorium. The programme will bo doubly attractive, as in addition to the debate which will bo taken part iu by ladies and Rentleracn, Ithyud Jamieaon will ecu- j I tribute 'a group of songs. BABY FOODS Of AH Kinds '. Don't let the child jta-vo. give. !t .nourishment. Give It the food that agrwa with it. Aslc youv doctor or ask ua, probably we canaBSlEt you. We, make a spuclally of infaut foods. Prom the variety we carry you will havti no difficulty iu selecting a food that will agree with haby. We can servo you with many other b.iby roQUisites that will save you time and trouble. JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK " , PHONE 1232 Build Warehouse in Calgary An office'cJid warehoiiije building, centrally located, to cost ?13G,000, i will be erected by the Canadian General Electric Co., of Toronto, In Caf- j gary, within the ne.Kt five months. I � _-:- It Wat Dan Carmody The body of the man killed by a C. P. R. train at Qarnweir on the evening of Novombef 0- last, has been identified as Dan Carmody. The deceased had bceci for some; time working in a ditch north of Taber, where the remains have been sent to an undertaker tO' await instructions from fr�ettds. Horse Blankets For the next Hi) days \vc will .'offer horse hlankets at greatly rtvdueed pri(?os. THIS SALE IS OEMIXE 'DON'T MISS IT The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Succeasors to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doori south of the ." �  'Lethbrldge Hotel . � . " ---- \ : 5liV^ateon's Cough Drops The best cough drop tniulo, and highly rco-onintendod lor � COUQHl-, ' HOARCENEQS. TICKLING IN THE THROAT V BR0NCHITI8, ETC. ^ 40e a pouiicl; lOt* a package KENNY ^ ALUN ju,aicr , - DJ^UCa, STATIONERY ANO OFFICE SUPPLIES �i>an�e d^,t Oillas Hotel.. OUpenilng ChemlBts � Ph day raw, {\ Fr^tuli- Phone 1437 Poultry Aiioclation Meeting A meeting of the Lethbrldge Poultry Pet Stock association will be held on Wednesday evening In the Board of Trade Dulldlng. It is to ,be hoped that n|l mambers 'will make an effort to attend this moetlug, as arraugementu' will be. made for the coming show. A hearty invitation is extended to any persah Interested In poultry raising. The meeting starts at seven o'clock...... Sprung a Surprise E.\irl Itoberts; the iwpular boy boc-retary of the V. M; C. A. wont away two weeks afjo, .suppd8�'. The date pVoml'ses to be of nmoh;luterest'iocaUy, '.as^.'lt TviU'(liscldo whetlitr the otty bylaw ^vlth regard to gambling Is legal or not. ' ' � TWO For Price of ONE Bargains for $1 � A beautiful hair brush with real brlstlbs; -aolid black wood back and a fine plate glass mirror to match. These are easily worth $1 each, but while they last you can buy the two for $1.00. Come and 'see tlioni and we are sure you will agree with us that they are a bargain. The Red Cross Drug & Book Col, Limited Phone ssi' Third Ave. CITY AND DIfeTKlCT A New School The Prospect Slope scliuol district, Chaa. FUzpatrlck, Hold Hill, treasurer, will borrow J1200 to erect a now school. Notaries Public A. L. Hoor, Webber, and H. H. Roberts, Prank, have been appointed notaries public. Wet Feet! Cold-'ieet! Resoll--Sbre Throat TIi^ihboth:iiu*s YELLOW THROAT All XT LEE ACTS IJKE MAGIO 25?. ABOTTLi: J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE. NO, 322 Justices of the Peace P. W. Pennefather, Macleod, and \Vm. Graham, Coleman, have been appointed justioos of the peace. Appointed a Commissioner WiifTed n. Brown, of this city, has been appointed a commissioner for taking aflidavits. Sheriff's Bailiff Geo. W. Morton, of Warner, has bcon appointed a sheriff's bailiff. Procec* Issuer Frank L. Watt, High River, has been a process issuer. Mr. Werts Resigns A, V. Worts has resigned as a member ot the Bcw Island Council. 'Rah for Melinda! CoryBaer. popular song writer of Lothbri-dge. li'as just received copies of his latest .''cng hit, entitled "Mo-linda's Coming Homo." iMr. Baer has v.ritten other popular aong successes, one of the most popular being "Anything but Work." ' , ' S. O. E. Dance All meTnbers of the Daughters aud Jlaida of England and the S. 6. E. are cordially invited to tho dance to be held iu the S. O. K. hall on Wednesday evening. Others desiring invitations can obtalii same at tU-a Quick rriut office, 'phone llol. New Real Estate Firm R. U. D^viCH, formerly with the Lethbrldge C'ollierieB Co., has entered Into partnership n-ltu A. Olson, formerly of Harris & Olson, and the new firm will be knowu as Olson & Davles. They will havo their oHiccs in the Begin lllock, ami will carry on a geaeTat real estate and insurance business. BUSIJJESS LOCALS , b 't Phone 6(i6 the Messrnser Servfco for pro-.upt nics.sage and baggafio delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phone 1074. 273-0 ON'fjY TWO MONTHS until Christmas Don't delay ordering your Chris^tmas greelinss until too late. See the boaut (fui rahgo :it the Herald Job Department 270-0 inCX TUANSKIOR-Phone (170; omcio Kaalco's Harber Shop; coal CO. D. 273-0 FAUMEKS -7- Tho tamoiM Indian Head two bushel wheat sack for sale at Rylands & Co., at i'2Vs cents each. 281-(5 Phone t�S4 for 1'2-in, dry stove wood, delivered anywhere In the olty. ?3.00 por load C. O. D., AddresB Box 538 Lethbrldge.- Warner aud Now Dayton. - 281-0 Grand maaqiicrade hall under the auspices of Knights ot Pythias, will bo given in the K. of l^ Hall, on Wednesday tlio 27th of Novombor, 1912. Tickets 11.00. : Ladies free.  Wasuuer-ado costumes uun be obtained iii K. of P. hail op day of dance from 9 a,mi till 0,30 p.m. 283-1 To 8t�r:  Store Jag. Rose Das gaverod hie oonnec-tloa wUh tho, firm of plche & Mlrcn, where lie,.h.clditOie position of apcount-aat, H�,''wjUVoi)ta up a now gent.'e funilslilns''.^.^tpre,;in tho premlaes to fee vaoat'ed^iUy .Ithe Hlck-S-ahl -Hard-waro\ro, whp are raovJng Into'their ne;w store. Mr; Hoso la on old-ljrrjET iji LethUrlge. .....' New Hotel for Calgary , Calgary will have a new five-storey hotel at Eleventh avenue and First street W^est, to cost appro.ximately ?250,000, before" next summer. This anouncement was made by Dr. N. J. Lindsay, of Calgary. Whether Dr. Lindsay himself will buiUl or whether outside capitalists will erect the hostelery has not been definitely determined. LacKing in Civic Pride Superintandout AUtchell, ot the psTks and boulevards ^leparttnonl, is havl'-ig^^the usual trouble following the flrat fny ot snow, with people who will persist In walking across the boulevards and tiie park lawns, Peny^s have been put up to prevent this, bul lu many eiiaes these have been pulled down, The superintendent appeals to the civic prid-a of the citizens to put a stop to thla practice, but If this win not work a couple of plain clothes nion 'will be detailed to get soma information on the subject, and some of tlie tresspassers win bia prosecute'il. The Late Mrs. Sparber The obsequies ot the late � Mrs. Sparber weTo oonductort liy tlie Uov. C. Frant, of St. Paul's First Lutheran Chnrch, at Fetterly's undertaking parlors, on Friday afternoon, and on Saturday morning, the remains were tak. en to Port Angeles, Wash., to bo Interred. Mrs. Sparber, wlio was Miss Josephine Aniolla Rel'sdahl, was bovn in Northfleld, Minn., on February 23, 18S5, In 1005, on December 13, she married Henry Sparber, and .heeides her husband, she kavos tour cbll(}ren, throo boss aud cue (Jaugh-{or, to mourn Uef loss.- The lat-a M'rs. Sp?lfc'3r's ffttUer cmd �})rotherB ye-Bt.devat,Mldla, Jlinn., whllo Mr. Spar-^^r's. pkreJits_ live, at Pouoka, and a , brother ni'd other relallyog llvo In North Dakota, Comforters at Redisced Prices .'\ big Having in Comtorlor buying goes with the price wo aro ouoting for one wcelt on a large shipmont of Ru&'ilan Eiderdown we iia%-e just recolvtnl. Tho8o lire tho llineat grade of Russlnn ISiderdown made. The patterns aro artistic, colorings soft aud bcmutltuUy blcuiled. At our regular prices tliuy are ready sellers-as the (luantlty la so fine and tho ^�olorln.^'S uo rich. Sco the saving you can make by taking advantage ot this rato. Size Regular value Sale Price CI GO" X 72" $5,50 E 66"X 73" $6.50 $0.00 S6 . 72"X 72" $11.00 $S.�5 SSN 66" X 72" 0515,00 1^11.35 Orders by I'^lall promptly executed Our "Verlbrilu Vcnoil" for jiolishing-Fn'mUuro is the best Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden ers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 628 Save 8 per cent, on Groceries A few of our attractive prices 6tt)8 Carrots ............ lOe. 6ttis. Cabbage ............. 10c. 8t6s. Onions.............. 25c. 26 lbs. potatoes .......... 25c. lOOtbs. Dotatoes ......... 85.^. Spanish Onions, Stbs. for ..25c. 4t4tt>s choice Apples ... 1 Box Apples .......... Concora Grapes ........ Pears, per tti.........., Cranberries, per Xb. Special Offer B. C, Sugar, 20tb sack . .. 25c. . $1.75 .. 45c. .. lOe. .. 15c. ..$1.2S The Premium Grocery 324-11 th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE 674 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or four burners. .l")ouble and Single Ovens. With circulating water heating connectiona for boiler or witk copper reservoir. Ovens equipped Avitli Grave's Patent Ligliter, ensuring absolute safety, accidents impossible. ]:^revents lighting back in the air mixer, (las apjdiances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4tb AVE. LETHBRIDGE tes H 3 A 2 Y 6 R H 6tli D W St. CO. S. Skates Prices from 40c to $4.50 STRAPS, SCREWS, etc. Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather CARNEY'S BRICKLAYER CEMENT ^ HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM iu treoziing .weaftier this mortar la ml.xod onu part-Carfloy's Cement to two parts �nnd, arjd is used nsabon as ml.^ed, ,Tho mortar becomes ua hard as paving brlcli, as frost haj ijo efl'oot upon Its quality. .'^ ' ! ; , Mpw used on all hloh class buildings. Endorsed by'loading archltecto. , ; . .  . , Wo have just unloaded a oarlocd"ot Carnoy'a Cemcul axii ,cau ' ail all orders tvotu Lc-thbrldge gtxjck. J.. B. Turney & Company'^V Pbpnes 705 and 1755 IMPORTERS ANq JOHBERS l.eth|iridc|.e, Alia, . 124&rand-Avc, S.' ;