Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Wludsor J1.26 Day HoUl In ____ AlbarU THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETMBRIDOe Tlie Dallas Hotel li the Beit and Molt lent to Slay______ WOODENWAfeE WHEN YOU BUY.KITCHEN PAYS TO GET THE RIGHT ARTICLE FOR EACH PURPOSE Every housewife knows the convenience and satisfaction this means For chopping bowls, bread boards rolling pins, and similar ar- ticles, wooden ware excels everything else. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SOME NEW SEASON'S HIGH CLASS DELICACIES We have jusi unpacked a shipiHC-nl o floods from the Paeiiie Coast .Svnip Co.. ol' 8eaille, Washington, itnil A I'iiicr lot or more reasonable iii (irii-e we have never had. The shipment consists of Pure Clover Iloiiev, all kinds of preserves and boil led fruits.' The foi lowing is a list Royal Typewriters Tod will find in this inacliine. one that will do all the'work-and give as good satisfaction as tho expensive typewriters, why not save ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Ooor West of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Roup in Poultry Try Pratt's Roup Cure Price 25 cents at The Frank Medley Drug Co. 1" itiass, 12 oz. price ..30c. HONEY IN 07..; price.............30c with comb in glasj, Hi oz.; price............... 16 oz. glass consisting of Straw- berry, Raspberry, lllaekberry, Peach, Apricot, elc., price 35c. ORANGE MARMALADE, in 10 oz. glass, price 35c- FRUITS IN GLASS it) oz. glass, family size; Mrs, RASPBERRIES, in 'M oz. glass, family size. Price.................................. WHITE 20 oz. glass, family size, Price...................................40c. 20 glass, family size, price ..50c. 20 oz. glass, family size, price 50s. ------PHONES------ Grocery Dcpt. 525 Wholesale Otpt. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY _PHONES_ HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUlf AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Edmonton Prince Albert Qu'Appcllc JJV Kamloops Calgary, iair Swift Current, clear as Minncilosn, clear Nelson, clear Medicine Ilat Moose Jaw Winnipeg Srand Forks Battleford, clear iair Port Arthur, cloudy...... Fine anil quite mild weather prevailed throughout the prairie vinces, especially so in Alberta Saskatchewan. FORECAST All West-Fair day, miiil on Tues'day. _____ 48 4-1 60 58 3S 3S 44. 34 40 40 30 3S 30 34 j 40 i 37 as 29 40 33 241 pro- i and to- 3IT Y AND DISTRICT Into the New Block The Lethbridge Clothing house is moving into the new Siunot block on :he corner of 4th Ave. and 5th St., S. On an Inspection Trip Superintendent of the R.N. rt'.JI.P, left this morning for Medi- :ine Hat on an inspection visit. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't let the child starve, glvo 1t nourishment. Give it the food that agrees with, it. Ask your doctor or ask us, prooably we can assist you. We make a specialty of infant foods. From the variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a food that will agree vi'th baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you time and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Horse Blankets Por.tho next'30 days we'Avill1 offer horse blunkSjks, nt greatly reduced prices. follS SALE IS GENUINE DON'T MISS IT The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbridge Hotel American Beauties By Harrison T'ishcr We have a full assortment of these .famous pictures at 15c and 35c each KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing.Chemists Phone H87 Duff Ratepayers Meet Tonight The ratepayers in the Duff addition will hplii a meeting in Fleetwood school this evening at eight o'clock. North' Lethbridge Ratepayers North Lethbridge ratepayers will hold their weekly" meeting tomorrow evening at eight o'.clock in Kennedy's hall. A large attendance Is requested. Preached at Barons Rev. Joseph Woodsworth, of West- minster church preached anniversary services at Barons yesterday. The ork here was supplied locally. Who Was the Prisoner J. S. Piper, detective sergeant of the Mounted Police at Macleod, was in the city yesterday in charge of a pris- oner being taken from south of the line to Macleod to stand trial. None of the particulars are gjvcn out by the police authorities. Remanded for Trial In police court this morning F. La Feits, the photographer, who made an attempt on his life in the cells, was ar- igned, and at the conclusion of the evidence was committed for trial.. La Feits reserved his defence. The only evidence taken was that of Const. Bow- ker who showed the court how the prisoner was hanging when another prisoner yelled to him that something was wrong. A rather amusing part of the evidence was. when the con- stable, in showing the court how the blanket used in the attempt was placed about the neck ot the attempted self- murderer, he wound it about the neck of II. A. J. McDougall, counsel for the defense. The counsel said It did not feel as it lie were being hung at all. but admitted that his feet were still on solid footing. The charge against La Felts of doing wilful damage to the property of the Palace rooming house was withdrawn. William Was Too Smart William Hayes is becoming so well acquainted around the police station, en account of his en- forced, visits there, that he toolt lib- erties on Saturday morning, which have got him into serious trouble. Ho appeared on a vag. charge on Sat- urday morning, and after putting up a "con" story to the cadi, was dis- missed, and told to make himself scarce in Lethbridge. After he went back to the cells he found a very nlco hat and coat lying there, and hurriedly divesting himself of his own glad rags did the qnick change stunt, and walked out of the station a well dressed Individual. The hat and coat belonged to F. La Feits, who complained when he could not find thoin, and the police were sent out. to track them down. Hayes was found wearing the goods, hut claimed ignor- ance of tho change. lie was taken back to the station, and this morning sent up for trial, in spite of his pro- test that he wiis atill drunk on Sat- urday when he purloined the glad rays. Private Greeting Cards These are without doubt the most appropriate- Xmas Cards and distinctly person- al. See our samples and leave us your orders without delay as Xmas will soon be here. An immense stock of Xmas Cards of all kinds now on dis- play. The Red Gross Drug and Book ltd. Phone 555 Third AV6. CITY AND DISTRICT Supreme Court Tomorrow The fall civil sittings of the Supreme Court will open 'tomorrow with Mr. Justice Harvey Sunday School Executive A meeting of the executive of the Lethbridge District of the Alberta Sun- day school association, will be held at the house of Mr. J. D. Higlnbotham. ou Friday evening, November 22nd, ut S in. Band Concert a Success The aiajestic Theatre held a large audience last evening on the occasion the concert given by the city band under the direction of Mr. Cline.. The programme was one of the best yet Siren by the boys whose playing shows marked improvement. Christmas of'this familiar word al- most frightens one always in a state of unpreparedness. Let us etartle and start you. We are showing a line of CHRISTMAS AND GREETING CARDS. Unsurpassed in the West. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Flax Campaign The Board of Trade is vigorously following up the correspondence- in connection with the flax industry In Southern Alberta and this morning re- ceived a communication from a prom- inent flax concern in Belfast, Ireland, in connection with a new process for retting flax straw. Further Inquiries will be made and if the process is prac- ticable, there is a likelihood that enough of the raw material will be shipped to Belfast Cor a test to be made. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Wednesday. The Cunard Campagnia docked yesterday and passengers will arrive here S.nu u.iii. Thursday. BUSINESS LOCALS I'hone BOG tne Messenger Service tor proMipt message and baggage delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phone 1074. REX 070: office Kaake's Barber Shop; coal C. O. D. Phono 13S-T for 12-in. dry stove wood, delivered anywhere in the city. ?.1.00 per load C. O. D. Address liox 53S Warner and New Dayton. 281-0 Has Definitely Decided M. K. Kaalte is out today with the. definite announcement that he will be a candidate for school trustee. The work of educational development in the city has always been before the mind of Mr. Kaake. whose friends'are rallying around to his support. Steamship Arrivals Mr. S. U. Mitchell received word to' day that the Dominion liner Athenin MILK EIVEE Milk River, Nov. Wheat is held up to a great extent here on account i of car shortage. Loads wait for a few days at a time in order lo get room either in the elevator or cars I on the track. Another elevator would: not come amiss here- Very good( wheat is being brought in but the j overstocked market keeps the price i very low. Buyers naturally have the; advantage now, but it is hoped that- agriculture will find its equilibrium. It will find it in more diversified and scientific fanning. Western Canada wheat has made a name for itself. Care needs to ex- ercised to hold tliatrname, but we- ought to build up more of a name for other products of the field and stall- J Flocks and herds are advertised as having at the brad sonic imported' sire. Ontario sheep and Annapolis j apples, have a name. There are fine herds of domesticated animals' in A1-! berta, but what we want is more of the sweepstake type that will be sought out for importations into oth-j er countries. No doubt our cxperi- j menial and demonstration farms will: "get 1'iut now is the time.] Farmers head their flocks and j herds with better sires. A grade won't do. A man pays too much for! his whistle when he does that. Can't j afluL'd it Not everyone now, but some can. 'Xuff said this time. j A new home is near- j ing completion. The plasterer IK at work, There is some threshing to do yet. WAKNER Warner, Xov. Kmitson, of Overly, North Dakota, arrived reached Quebec and western passcn- i Monday for a short visit to his gers would reach Lethbridge 3.50 a.m., friends. Gumllock and Edgari! have moved their new meat shop which is a well hnilt frame building next the Allen liner Virginian docked at Mon-; new post ollice now under way. treal Saturday and paraen- Twenty additional telephone Iliio- gers are due 3.50 Thursday morning. men arrived this week and the lines The Hesperian from Glasgow docked iiMVarncr will soon lie completed. at Quebec yesterday and LethbrlS'se passengers should arrive Friday Tuesday 'a trainload ot cattle load- ers, should arrive many by Pat Burns at Milk River, pass- Thn C P R Like Manitoba ctl throuf.li here en route to Chicago. The U 1. 11. .IllUll llillf Div. a.m. ___ docked Quebec, 16th, and western' pas sensors should arrive Thursday, 3.50 a.m. BORN November 16th, to Mr. and Mrs, K. A. 'Scott, a daughter. IM3VINK--On Friday nlKht, November IBth, to Mr. wul-Mrs. C. U. Devlne, Miss Merle I.eflingwell, pi Jlilk Riv- er, spent Monday and Tuesday with her Soice. She came up to have he.r eyes and glasses fitted. ft. II. Vanderwaler, genrral man- ager of (lie Lumber Co., spent Monday ami Tuesday in War- ner. A hi.u; dunce will he held iu (irady's hall. Tlim-silav, N..V. DUJH. I COMFORTERS At Reduced Prices A big saving in Comforter buying goes wllh the price vro are quoting foi- one week on a largo shipment of ftusulim Eider- down wo havo just received. These arc tho lllnost gradu of Itussian Eiderdown made. The patterns arc artistic, colorings soft and-beautifully blended. At our regular prices they are ready tho quantity ia so fine ami the colorings so rich. SEE THE SAVING YOU CAN BY TAKING OF THIS RATE. Sale Price Orders by Mail promptly executed Our "Veribrlte Venoll" for polishing Furniture is the best Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Cl E Sfi SSN' Size 60" x 72" 66" x 72" 72" x 72" 66" x 72" Regular value 55.50 Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Choice Turnips, lOlbs for 10c Parsnips, 4tbs. for 10c Potatoes, loorb. sack 85c- Apples, for......25o Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c. Two 3-ro tins new packed Tomatoes, i. 35fi Swift's Silver Leaf; 3Ib tin........... .V. 55c. fitb 90c. lOlb SPECIAL PEICE 2016.'Sack of B. C. The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite TerriHs PHONE 674 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or four-burners. Double and Single Ovens. v 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 Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. TheMcKeown Hardware Ltd. CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHSRIDGE THEY'RE HERE! Dustless Mops Dustiess Dusters Dustless Auto Dusters Dustless Broom Covers Phone 575 Your Order Street South Lcthbridifc Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather CARNEY'S BRICKLAYER CEMENT OA HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM Tn freezing weather this mortar is mixed one part Carney's foment to two parts sand, and is used as soon as mixed. Tho mortar becomes as hard as paving brick, as frost has no eltoct on all hiflh class buildings. Endorsed by leading lust unloaded a carload of Carney's Commit .and cair all orders from I.cthuridgo stock. J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phonos 755 and Lethbridge, Alia. 1246-2nd Ave. S.