Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FKEE BVC TO ALL TRAINS Hotc) Windsor BMt a Day HoUl In ____ Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Beat and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay Juit do a little figuring on how much cheaper It Is to use the best i Yon will only have.to grease your wagon half as often. Think how much labor this saves in a year, ot how much longer yur wagon will last if it is kept properly greased; which is a hard thing to do with cheap grease, and of how much easier it is on your horses. C W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" Royal Typewriters You will find in this machine, one that will. do all the work and give as good satisfaction the more expensive typewriters. Why not save S40.00. ROQUEFORT, pc: Ib. OKA, per Ib............ LIMBURGER, per 111. CREAM BRICK, per MCLAREN'S IMPERIAL, McLAREN'S IMPERIAL, PIMENTO, per package Foreign and Domestic Cheese, Fresh made Creamery Butter, and Pickled and Storage Eggs We Imvo jusl received a nice linn of choose. consisUi'm1 of "Roquefort, Okn., Cream Brick, -MaoLaren's Imperial Cream, .I'imeiiio'aml Canadian Cheese and others. Xotoilie reasonable prices. COc. CANADIAN, FULL CREAM, per ib.........25c. 60c. CREAMERY lioso bnuul, Crash 40c nuicle. per pound........................Idc. '...........'..40o. KNEEHILL made, lier Ib. ..40c. Slilaii each........36c. NP- 1. STORAGE EGGS, per doz............40c medium each' 60c. EXTRA QUALITY, Pickled eggs.. A large 100 meiit just received, per dozen............iuc. Special prices on the above lines by the case or in quantities. THE GOOD COMPANY -----PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 523 Wholesale Dept. 1271 HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 52C Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER 40 16 .10 ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitnsy Block 1st Door West of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Violet Witch Hazel Cream For Chaps, Red Hands Sore Lips Rough Skin AND ESPECIALLY GOOD FOR AFTER SHAVING. ,PRICE 25 .CENTS AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't let the child starve, give it nourishment. GIvo It the food that, agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably wo can assist you. We make a specialty of infant foods. From tho variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting n food that will agree with baby. We can serve you with many other, baby rcQUlsicea thut will save you time and trouble. JACKSON CO. Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear..... Medicine -Hat, cloudy Battleford; clear Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, clear Swift Current, clear. Reghia, clear..... Qu'Appelle, clear Miunedosa, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, cloudy Kamloops, clear Nelson........ Penticton........ Grand Forks........ ..u 1 he weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fair and moder- ately cold. Temperatures have been lower during the night, especially in Northern Alberta and in Saskatche- wan. Forecast All fairtoday and on Sunday; ho'decided change in tem- perature. t New Books RHYMES OF A ROLLING STONE By Kobt. Service. THE -STREETS OF ASCA- S By :Robt. Chambers THE By S. A. White THE STOP- RING By'N'ellio McOlung THE LOST By Conau Doyie. THE CITY AND DISTRICT Left for Kjlngsgats A. E. Humphries, immigration in- spector, left this morning fc-r Kings- gate on important business connected with hfs department. Supreme Court'' The fall civil sittings of the "Su- preme Court will open here en Tues- day, with Mr. Justice Harvey presid- ing. THE T. By.. Temple Thurston. The Repress Drug and Book Ltd, Phone 555 'Third Ave. North Lethbridge Ratepayers The ratepayers of North Lethbridge will hold their next meeting on Tues. day evening, at eight o'clock in Ken- nedy's Hall. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Horse Blankets Eor the next 30 days we will offer horse blankets at greatly reduced prices. THIS SALE IS GENUINE DON'T MISS IT The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to The Lcthbrldge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbridge Hotel American Beauties By Harrison Fisher Wo have a full assortment of these famous pictures at loc and 35c eacli KENNY ALLIN "DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel., Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 Duff Addition Ratepayers A. meeting of the ratepayers of the Duff Addition will be held in Fleet- wood School on Monday evening at eight o'clock. No Board of Trade Meeting Only about ten attended what was to have been the- regular November meeting of the Board of, Trade last night, and on motion it was adjourn- ed until next FrWay evening. Heavy Cardslon Docket Judge Winter returned from Card- ston this morning, whore he held court for the past two days, the dock- et being a record one for that dis- trict. Crook Got Easy Money A smooth customer blew in a few days ago, proceeded to the west ond area, took orders for suits on the in- stalment plnn, gathered together about dollars" ready money, and the pllte for the ollrer aide. The clothing was to have arrived lust Thursday, -lint failed to appear. The police nro looking for the artist who pulled off .the get-rich-quick stunt. Waiting for Carrol J. Carrol, who about the first of August, passed several 'had cheques at the Burton Hotel, is now sentence in Lcthbridgc. for being con iiected 'with a shooting affair at Ta- her, Alta. Constable G. M. Gimn yes. terday sent a vsvrant for Carrol's ar. r-ast when released, for thn crime here. There Rnvcral other charges against the man from otlir Creston Review. Sunday Our hours of open- ing are .from 10 'to 11, 'Morning 8 to 9, Evening. J. D. Higinbothana Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 He Couldn't Stay Away Henry Toglow cannot stay away from Canada, and preferred to tateo a chance on being .sent to jail. Henry took that chance, and In spending two months in the police barracks for hav- ing come back into Canada after be- ing deported across the line as an nn- fteairablo In July last. Henry taking life cnsy In tho Alexandra Ho- tel, on Thursday evening, 'when tho police remembered the familiar face, and invited their prisoner to spend some lime as their guest. Tegtow ap- peared yesterday before inspector Went at the Barracks, u-nd received! bis reward. j BUSINESS LOCALS Hio'ne GCG tnu Jlcssrnser Servic-j tor pro'.iipt message and delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phone IOT'1. REX 070; office) Kaake'3 Barber Shop; coal C. 0. D. Phone 1384 for 12-ln. dry stove wood, delivered anywhere in tho city. per load G. O. Address Uox 538 Warner and New Dayton. auction sale at 005 llth St. S., on Monday siext, at 10.30, by instructions of J. K. Anderson. Auction sale of hign-class furniture by frank Waddlngton-at G05 llth St. S., on Jiondsy next at 10.30. See advertisement. Death at Gracsy Lake Archie McMillan, a Grassy. Lali'G blacksmith, is dead. Ho formerly re- sided at Phouiiiic and Michel, H.C., and was well known as a football player. Ho was a .member ot tho Masonic or- der. 8HIWH; COUGHS tCOLDS CITY AND DISTRICT City Pay Day Owhig to the pressure of work at the city offices, pay day will not conic until November 20, instead of on the ISth as is usuel. The paymaster will start paying on the 19th at five o'clock will 'be in the office on the 20tli between 12 and 1, mid from 5 to D o' clock. The Police Court The citizens lost a number of cit zens once mere this morning as a re- sult of police court proceedings. The} all got three hours to get out. young married man appeared with theft, but was allowed out on sus peuded sentence, as the informants did not wish to push the charges. Pleased With Year's Work C. C. Stover, of Minneapolis, who is general manager of several large farms hi Southern Alberta, is in the city today. He is fairly well satis- fied with the results of this year's op. and the companies will seed several thousand acres again next spring. To Improve the Store The Hudson's Bay 'Co', this morn- ing took out.fi permit for alter- ations to their store front, on 'which work has already been started. Per- mits were also issued to Chas. Mines, for a house addition on Ninth Street North, and to E. T. Hrcad for a ?250 house addition on Fifteenth street South. Decorations af Congress Time At a meeting of the executive of the Canadian Board of Control, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: "Whereas, tho liberal and artistic, decoration of the City of Lethbridge during the International Dry-Farm- ing Congress was a feature of public- ity greatly appreciated by the thous- ands cf visitors during the week of the Congress, thus adding mater- ially to the splendid impression se- cure-d by our visitors to this city; be it heraby "Rcsolved, that this Board extend to the property owners, business and professional men of the city who join- ed in the general scheme of decora- tion, both in exterior and window dis- plays, special lighting, etc., our deep appreciation of the co-operation thus extended to this Board in its work in behalf of Lothbridge and Alberta. Presbyterian Church, Services KNOX PI11D3BYTEU1 Rev. A. G. Cameron, Services, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach at both services. jMorning Value of the In dividual, Evening, "The Face of Christ." Sab hath school arid Bible classes wil moot at 3 The special music foi tomorrow: Morning, anthem, "O, Hov, Amiable" tenor solo, "0 lives That Are Weary" Mr, McGoupan. Evening, anthem "Nearer, My God, to Thee" contralto solo, "Like as the Hart Be sircth" Miss Simm. Stran- gers and' visitors always welcome. WHO'S TELLING THE TRUTH Ottawa, Nov. C. P. R, cm- strike, ns it Jirfor.l.s district, appears to be chiefly re- markable for the whle divergence of the statements of tho opposing bodies. Mr. Plow, local freight ngent of the C. P. R., interviewed today, stated that everything was in a normal con- dition, .-ind that the company had a larger staff on at present than is gen- erally employed. A. H. Moshcr, preslreiit of tho Can- adian Brotherhood of Hallway em- ployees, arrived home from Toronto last night. Interviewed, ho said: "Yes, everything is solid in Toronto and Montreal, and it looks llko a sure BORN November IRlh, to Mr and Mrs. 12. T, a daughter. COMFORTERS At Reduced Prices A liljt Bavins In Comforter buying BOOB with the price we aro quotliiK for 0110 weelt on a. largo shipment of lliiasiaii Eider- down wo have just received. ThpsB aro the Illnost graili: of liusslan Kidor.lown made llio patterns are artistic-, colorings soft uiid beautifully blended. At our regular prices lliey aro really tuo uuantily is so fine and ihu colorings yo rich. SEE THE SAVING YOU CAN MAKE OY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS RATE. C1 E So SSN Size 60" x 72" 66" X 72" 72" x 72" 66" x 72" Regular value S6.50 511.00 ,515.00 Sale Price JM.35 Orders by Mail promptly executed Our "Veribrlto Venoil" for polishing Furniture is tho best Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 623 Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Two 3-lb tins new packed Swift's Silver Lcsf: 31b tin _55c. 51b tin..............9Qc. lOlb tin Choice Turnips, IQlbs for 10c Parsnips, 4tbs. for...... 10c Potatoes, 100Ib. sack 85c. Apples, 4% Ibs. for......25c Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c- SPECIAL PRICE 20Ib. Sack of B. C. The Premium Grocery 334-Hth St. South J.TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllls PHONE 574 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 impos- sible. Prevents lighting back in the air mixer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. The McKeowh Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDOE Ductless Mops Dustless Dusters Dustless Auto Dusters Dustless Broom Covers Phone 575 Your Order Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather CARNEY'S BRICKLAYER CEMENT in freezing weather this mortar is mixed ono part ..Carney's rvVLrVt to two parts sand, and is used as soon as mixed. Tho _ as hard us paving brick, as frost has no effect all Man class buildings. Endorsed by leading archltec lmiondcd a carload of Carney's Content and can. nil nil orders' from l-otlibrlilgu stock. J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS ones 755 and_ W Lcthbrldgo, Alta.- Ave. 3.