Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRIK Stra TO ALL TRAINt Hotel Windsor �mi tut � Day H�M In THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD [ WHCN IN LeTHimoiai. The Dallas Hotel la the Be*t and Mdtt Convai�> lent Plica to 8t�y , 1 Y�H buy tiram for prelaetion and a good leek la the cheapati protection in the. world. A taouce with good things inside and cheap.locks Is liko a lot of money in a pocket with a hole in it^ r C. W.GRAY The Store That Saves You Money** ''Rhymes of a Rolling Stone" Service's new book. "We also have the .Songs of a Sourdough, and the Ballads of a Cheechako. For your BOOKS go to ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New WMtney Block 1st Door West of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Suppliee Do You Keep Poultry ? For the best results try Pratt's Poultry Regulator-is guaranteed to make hens lay and Iceeps the fowls healthy. We also carry: CRUSHED BONE ROUP CURE CRUSHED OYSTER SHELL LOUSE KILLER A coupon for a book on poultry in every package of Regulator. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Dont let the child starve, glv* It neurtsbment. OIto it the food that agrees with It. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably we can assist you. We make a specialty ot infant foods. From the variety we carry you will have no difficulty In eelectlng a food � that will agree with baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will saive you time and trouble. JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUQQISTi SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 12Sa Horse Blankets I'or the iiext 80 days we will offei* horse tjlankets at greatly reduced prices. / THIS SALE IS GENUINE DON'T MISS it The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd; Successors to Th. Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbrldge Hotel American Beauties By Harrison Fisher We have a full assortment of these famous pictures at MM 15c and 3ac eaeii KENNY & ALUN DRUGS, STATIONERVANbofPRICE SUPPLIES jNaxi Dallas Hotel. DIspeneIng Ohemista \ Phona 1417 Foreign and Domestic Cheese, Fresh made Creamery Butter, and Pickled and Storage Eggs rimento and Canadian Cheese and others. Note the reasonable prices. ROQUEFORT, per tbu .. OKA, per lb............ LIMBURGER, per tb. .. CREAM BRICK, per tb. MCLAREN'S IMPERIAL, MCLAREN'S IMPERIAL, PIMENTO, per package . ..................60fe .................50e. ................... 40c. .................... .40c, Binall, each ...... 35c. medium, each .... 60c. ...............10c CANADIAN, FULL CREAM, per tb.........25c. CREAMERY BUTTER-Wild Rose brand, fresh made, per pound ........................'Oc. KNEEHILL BRAND-Fresh miulo, per lb. ..40c NO. 1. STORAGE EGOS, per doz............40c EXTRA QUALITY, Pickled ecgs.. A largo shipment just received, per dozen............40c. Special prices on the above lines by the case or in quantities. THE GOOD COMPANY -PHONES-i-Oroeery DepL 62$ Wholesale DepL 1271 HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONES-Grocery Dept. 62S Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHEB Lethbridge, cloudy ... a a 47 27 Edmonton, clear .. .. 40 24 Calgary, fair...... CO 32 Medicine' Hat, clear ,. 58 34 Battletord, cloudy .. 36 28 Prince Albert, cloudy 32 20 Swift Current, clear . a GO 34 Moose Jaw, clear .. ... 53 23 Reglna, cloudy..... 35 22 Qu'Appelie, fair .. ,. 30 24 MInnedosa, cloudy .. 32 24 Winnipeg, cloudy .. 34 28 Port Arthur, clear .. 34 18 Kamloops, clear .... 52 28 Kelson......, .... 4G 37 .25 Penticton .. .. .... 51 44 Grand Forks...... 50 38 .11 Fair weather has continued all over the prairie provinces, and temperatures have been a little higher. Forecaat All West-Generally fair today, and on Friday; not much change in temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Court at Cardston Judge Winter is holding a sitting of the District Court in Cardston today. Mr. Pott to Lecture FranJf Pott, of tii.is city, has bad the official information sent him that he has been selected by the University ot Sasicatchewan to lecture at their different institute meetings to be held in the province, and has also been asked to judge the poultry classes the same meetings. Buys Hotel Medicine Hat Times:: J. B. Lus-sier, of Redcllffe, has made application for a license for a hotel which he proposes to erect at Redcllffe, and a similar application has been made for another hotel in the same place by R. M. Jamieson, Wm. J. Hayes and Wra. T. Vers, which they are negotiating the erection of in the near future. Each of theae applications will be considered at a meeting of the license commisslonera for this district, at the city hall, Medicine Hat, on Friday, December 6. Off to Pincher Creek Messrs. R. C. Harvey, Secretary Crest, Nell M. Stalker and W. C. Ives, representing the Southern Alberta Wool Growers' nssoclntlon, went to Plndver Creek to attend the geasion of tho Ranching Commission being held there today. W. F. Stevens, provincial livestock commissioner, will also be in attendance, and a strong effort will be made to have the commissioners gain a favorable impression of the requests of the sheepmen for range in the mountains. The sheepmen yesterday afternoon held a long meeting In the Board of Trade building, when it was decided to ask the government to set apart for them as much as possible of the mountain range west of tho Fifth meridian, which has been found to be of no use as a grazing ground for cattle. FORD'S Delicious Chocolates We have just received a large shipment of these un-rv.'.oiipd chocolates direct from the factory. THE BEST QUALITY CHOCOLATE ON THE MARKET If you have tried them you will know this to be true. If you have never sampled Ford's, get some today and be convinced. ' In bulk and in boxea. The Red Cross Drug & Book Coi, Liniited Phon.' 555 Third Ava. CITY AND DISTRICT Durda Inquest Tomorrow Tho Durda Inquest will be resumed tomorrow at the Police Barracks at ten o'clock before Coroner Humphries and a jury. A large number of additional witnesses will give evidence. Opening Branch Store Mr. Smith, manager of Smith's 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents store Is at Ta-ber today, where he is opening a ibranch store. Lethbridge Poultry Meet At a meeting of tho Lethbridge Poultry association held last evening at the Board of Trade building, �Ir. Pott delivered an interesting address -taking as his subject "Housing and Egg Production." A representative number of members were present, and all enjoyed the lecture immensely. It was decided to approach the City Council to see it the city market would be available to hold the annual show which takes place on January 8, 0 and 10. It is to he hoped that the association will be able to find a suitable hall In town, as great interest is being taken, and with the prizes that are being donated this should be tho leading poultry show of the province. The association is trying to arrange meetings every two weeks during the winter season, and at tho next meeting, which is to be hold on November 24, final arrangements wlil bo mado tor tho show. Announoe-ment will be made in tho papers as WHftit^ time aM^Ucigvaf-meotingl J.0.HICINBOTHAM iCO. LIMITED Family * Dispensing Chamlat* Rexall WINE OF COD LIVER EXTRACT Contains a\l the valued drug principals 'of cod liver oil without the nauseating oil Itself, and has proven ideal in treating such conditions, es-pecialli' in children. Most persons in whom are found tubercular tendencies are to a greater or less extent aenemic -the blood pale and impover-islied. $1.00 the Bottle J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. Board of Trade Tonight The Board of Trade will hold its regular weekly executive meeting this evening in tho Board ot Trade building. Bought New Autos On Saturday, Foley Bros., contractors, bought an Overland automobile from the Western Auto Co., and yesterday A. M. Parker, manager of the Arlington Hotel, treated himself to a similar machine, bought from the same company. Were on the Royal George Mrs. Collier, ot Dorsetshire, Eng., with her son Charles, and two daughters, arrived in the city yesterday, to take up their residence here. They were passengers on the Royal George, which grounded in the St. Lawrence, near Quebec. Mrs. Collier had a son, J. Collier,; in the city before coming here. To Lecture on Canada Rev. A. G. Cameron will deliver his famous lecture, "Canada, Land of Resourctis," V>n Thursday evening, December 5, in the basement of Knox Church. The lecture, which has been given by Rev. Mr. Cameron several times before in eastern cities, wU be illustrated by a large number of lantern views of the different industries, fisheries, lumbering, mining and ranching. Supt. Reld will operate the large lantern which will be used in the lecture. _____ gQp^ TUSON-On November 12, at �19 14th St. S., a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Tuson. BUSINESS LOCALS CITY AND DISTRICT A New Garage The Cadillac Motor Car Co. purpose opening a garage here in tho near future, Bank Clearings The bank clearings tor the week just ended, amount to $710,590.94, as against 1716,554.12 for tho correspond Ing period last: year. To Award Sporta Priaes At tho Central School tomorrow night at 7,30, tho prizes for the sports will be awarded the winners. Parents and others Interested are cordially invited.- C.P.R. .Officlala Hera R, G. McNelUe and J, V. Murphy, of the C. P. R. passenger department at Calgary, were in the city this morning looking into matters of passenger traffic, which are' of iraportanco to this city. Phone 866 the Messenger Service tor piompt mcasage and baggage delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phono 1074. 273-0 ONLY TWO MONTHS until Christmas Don't delay ordering your Christmas greetings until too late. See the beautiful range at the Herald Job Department 270-0 RISX TRANSFER-Phono 670; ofllce Kaako's Barber Sliop; coal C. O. D, 273-0 FARMERS - The famous Indian Head two bushel wheat sack for sole at Rylauds & Co,, at 12V,i cents each. 281-6 Phone 1384 for 12-in. dry stove wood, delivered anywhere in tho city. 13.00 per load C. O. D. Address Box 538 Lethbridge.- Warner and New Dayton. 281-0 A. O. P. NOTICli:-Court Unity w meet Thursday nigiit. All members requested to attend. Important business. The. C; O. F. will hold their regular meeting tomorrow, Thursday evening. Important business. A full attendance required. 284-1 The members of Lethbridge Lodge No, 2, Viaduct I^dgo No. 53 and Mlz-pah Lodge No. 72, are reciuestod to attend a joint meeting in the I.O.O.F. hall tomorrow night to welcome the Grand Master. The first degree will be conferred, and a banquet given at the close ot tho meeting. All visitors are cordially invited. 286- Frank WaiWington 'will hold an auction sale at 605 11 th St. S., on Monday next, at 10.30, by instructions of J. R. Anderson, 285-3 Auction sale of liigh-class furniture by Frank Waddiugton at 005 11th St. S., on Monday next at 10.30. See aidvertlsoment. S8&-2 COMFORTERS At Reduced Prices A big saving in Comforter buying goes with tho price wo are Huoting tor ono week on a largo shipment of Rusgian Eiderdown we havo just received. Thoso nro tho lllnest grndc of Russian Eiderdown made. The patterns arc artistic, colorings soft and be.iutlfully blended. At our rogulur prices they are ready Beilurs-as the quantity is eo fine and the colorings ao rich. BEE THE SAVING YOU CAN MAKE BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS RATE. SIxe 60" X 72" CI E S6 SSN Regular value $5.50 66" X 72" $6.S0 72" X 72" $11.00 66" X 72" ,$15.00 Orders by Mall promptly executed Ouri"Verlbrite Venoll" tor polishing Furniture is the best Sale Price $8.65 $11.35 Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE SM Vegetables, as usuM, bottom prices Two a-tb tins new packed Tomatoes.............35o Swift's Sil�er Leaf: 31b tin..............55e, 51b tin..............90c. 101b tin............$1,75 Choice Turnips, lOtbs for 10c Parsnips, 4Ibs. for......10c Potatoes, 100tb. sack 85c Applet, 4�,&lbB. for......25c Malaga Grapes, per tb. 20c. SPECIAL PRICE 201b. Sack of B. C. Sugar______... .t. . . .$1.25 The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR 324-11th St. South Opposite Terrllls PHONE 874 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or 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 impossible. Prevents lighting back in the air mixer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER Sth ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE H H D W 6th St. S. Attention! Have You The Key? " If not, get one at once It's worth $75.00 RANGE Every $2 purchase one key H H D W 6th St. S. Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather CARNEY'S BRICKLAYER CEMENT HAS 80LVEQ THE PROBLEM In Iree7iliig weather this mortar Is mixed one part Carney's Cement to two parts eand, and is used as soon as raljcod. The mortar becomes as harU as paving bricl�, as frost has no.effect upon its quality. Now used on all high class buildings. Endorsed by leading architects. Wo have just unloaded a carload ot Carney's Cement and can llll all orders from Lethbridge stocif. J. B. Tumey & Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 76S ^"/fy^^^^j.^j.^^^^'^^^'^g^ 1245-2nd Ave. 8.