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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BIN TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor I1.2S D.y HoMI In ____ Albtrt. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel li the and Most lent to Stay WOODEKWA'feE WHEN YOU BUY KITCHEN UTENSILS, IT PAYS TO GET THE RIGHT ARTICLE FOR EACH PURPOSE Every housewife knows tlic convenience and satisfaction this means For chopping bowls, bread boards, rolling pins, and similar ar- ticles, wore excels- everything else. C W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" Royal Typewriters You will find in this machine, one that will "do as good satisfaction as the more expensive typewriters. Why not save ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Block lit. Door Welt Bank Ajicnts for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Roup in Ppultry Try Pratt's Roup Cure Price 25 cents at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't 'let -the, child starve, it nourishment. Give It the food that agrees with it. Ask your doctor or aak us, probably we can assist you. We make a. specialty infant foods. From the in selecting a food other baby can assist you. We make a. specialty infant foods. From t variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a fo that .will agree with baby. We can serve you with many ot baby reauiskes that will save you time and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 SOME NEW SEASON'S HIGH CLASS DELICACIES Ii.-ivc unpacked n.shiphiiMil ol'jjoo'ds from the Pacific Const Syrup Co.. ot'SwiUlr, and :i finer lot or more reasonable; in have novi-r had. Tlie- shipmentconsists Pure Clover lloiiev. all of preserves and liotilod I'ruiis. The following is a list in. glass. 12 03. iirice ..30c. HONEY IN in..: prlco.............30c with comb in glass, 1C prlco 40c. Iti 02. glass consisting of Straw- berry. Raspberry, Blackberry. Peach, Apricot, etc., price.............................. '35c. ORANGE MARMALADE, in 10 oz. slass, price 35o. IN GLASS 20 m. glass, family size; I'rlco 40e. RASPBERRIES, 20 oz. glass, fiiinily size. WHITE '10 m. glass, family slzo, Price 40c. 20 oz. glass, family size. price ..50c. 20 oz. glass, family size, price 50e. Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1871. THE GOOD COMPANY _PHONES__ HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. 31 WEATHER I.ethbriage, cloudy EduTOaton, clear Battlriord. clear 2e Retina, clear 3S 19 Port Arthur, iair '13 as Grand Forts, dear -10 31 Medicine lint, cloudy CO -10 Qu'Appelie, clear 66 3SJ Kamloops, clear 45 Swift. Current, clear 52 "Uinnedosa, clear 52 Velson, .fair 3li Calgary, clear 4S Moose Jaw, ciear 50 Winnipeg, fair 50 Fine and ciuite mild weather been general throughout the prairie provinces. FORECAST All Fair and mild todav and on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTEICT North Lcthbridge Ratepayers Tonight North Lethbridge ratepayers will hold a meeting in Kennedy's Hall to- night at eight o'clock. Mr. Main In Town Clias. Main, inimigration agents at Contts, formerly in charge of the Lethbridge office, spent the day in the city. S. p. E. Notice Sons of England R.-H. meets to- morrow (Wednesday jpight. in S. O E. hall at eight o'clock sharp, follow- ed by free-and-easy. All members are requested to attend on'tinier, Wert Under Influence There was a slight disturbance in one of the west-end resorts last night. N. Brown and WT McGregor took on a load of booze and broke down a door of Curly Bradshr-Wg place. Brown -was fined three and costs and McGregor was dismissed. A Curious Gentleman A "peeping Tom" was busy in North Lethbritlge last night, and raci amuck of Ex-Aid. put the police wise. M. Petres, the victim in the affair, appeared this morning, but the case was remanded until tomor- row morning. Had Foot Cut Off William Ellis, the C. P. R. section hand, who had bis foot cut off during some switching operations at Kipp late last night, is' progressing slowly towards recovery at the Gait Hospital, where he was taken'early this morn- ng. Dr. Campbell attended to the re- lief of the sufferer, who it is expected will recover. Put On a Time Limit Tlie usual rank and file of drunks presented themselves before the cadi at police court this" morning. They were told to find work and cease their acquaintance with the cup that cheers. One was pointed ihe river bridge, and Horse Blankets Tor the next days will offer horse Lihiukets nt greatly reduced prices. TTIIS 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 told to make tracks for the other side. I Three hours 'was the time specified. A Change in Managers A. H. NIcol, who has been local mail agor for the R. G. Dim Co. agency here since it was opened in August, is to be transferred to Moose- .law, at the end of the week as manager there. A. K. Rose, formerly of Winnipeg, but later of Calgary, will come to Lct'h- bridge us manager. Private Cards ing 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. Au immense stock of Xmaa Cards of all kinds now on dis- play. The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, CARDSTON PEOPLE SHOWED AP- PRECIATION OF MR. NEW- TON IN TANGIBLE FORM Christmas -The sb.und of this familiay word al- most frigh tens one always in a state of uiiprepu redness. Let us startle and start you. We are shewing a line of CHRISTMAS AND GREETING CARDS. Unsurpassed in the West. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Cardston, Alta., Nov. ban- quet In honor Prof. S. S. Newton, conductor and manager of the Card- ston Choral Society, which sang at the Dry-Farming Congress, was ai great success. The fact of the mat- ter is that no banquet ever beld south of Lethbridge could be compared with H, The idea of publicly acknowledging the services rendered by Prof. Newton to the community at large was con- ceived by Messrs. Prank Leavltt, EW. Learitt, -Mrs. 'Leadbetter and Mrs. Cazier, and to this quartette is due a very large amount of credit for the success of the affair. Mr. Frank Leavitt, of Leavitt, was master of ceremonies, and bandied (he toast list with exceeding grate. Mrs. A. Cazier made the presentation speech to Mr. N'eivton. In. a nicely- worded address this lady told of the good "work that the choir leader had accomplished in the face of a seem- ing indifference, and of tne, persevcr- j ance Prof. Newton bad shown in per- fecting a company where so maay of the voices were untrained and unskill- ed in music. The gifts which wore' handed to Mr. and Airs. Sew ton con- sisted of a travelling bag for Mr. Newton and a handbag for Mrs. New- ten. The travelling ,bag contained a sum of money, and the whole was but a mere momenta of what was too deeply felt to be expressed. The leader 'was taken quite by surprise, and was hardly able to reply. When the words came, however, they were words of thanks and appreciation for tbe kindness shown. In addition to tbe regular toast list, Martin VToolf, was present, and spoke, as did also Ed. J. Wood, president of the Alberta Stake of the Mormon Church. CITY AND DISTRICT American Beauties By-Hai-rison Fisher We. have a full'assortment of these famous pictures at and 35c each KENNY ALLIN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel..... Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 Mr. Harvey Is Pleased R. C. Harvey, president' of the Southern Alberta Wooigrowers' asso- ciation is in the city today. Speak- ing of the sessions of the Ranching Commission in Southern Alberta he saiil he was very well satisfied with the evidence which bad been brought out, and believed that the ranching in- ilustry would bo put on a'more secure baais as a reauH of tbe visit of tbe commissioners. BUSINESS LOCALS Phono GCE tnu Messenger ServiM tor prompt message and baggage, delivery. Kingston, the tailor, phono 1074. REX 1570; office Kanko's Barber Shop; C. O. D. .1'honn 1.384 for J2-hi. ilry stove wood, delivered in the city. nor C. 0. 0. Address Hoi Warner and New Duvtnil A Good Day's Business Ba.y day at the "mines on Saturday last left its stamp on the street rail- way earnings. Dnri-nj; the day the system carried 501.? passengers, of which, the blue line claimed 3143. The nuinher of passengers for the day'ex- ceeded the average by almost Young Man's Sudden Death The remains of the late Allan Alex, ander Anderson ,agoil 22 years, died stKldenly at Dunsmore lust Sat- urday, were.brought to Fetterly's un- dertaking parlors and were sent to his home at Belleviile, Ont, tills afternoon, where interment will be made. The deceased young man has lived here for the past three years part of which time he worked for the C. P. R. IT WILL BE SOLD TO FARMERS TO ENCOURAGE MIXED FARMING HAMILTON'S CLAIM TO FAME Hamilton, .Ont., Nov. Corllliaa IE the authority for th- statement that ManuiAPardlnas, who shot and killed Premier Canalejas o( lived In .'Hamilton for fifteen months. Ile left here about three years aKo to go to Cuba. While here he was employed at the steel plant. Fimily'Wirm! far 40 ninV Calory, Nov. 18. The C. P. U. brought into Calgary on Monday BOO head of excellent dairy cows and 300 I hogs to ho distributed among the farmers on land sold by the C.P.R., and to encourage mixed farming in the province. This is a new idea that the company lias decided to work out, and n. new department lias been formed under ihe management of Dr. Rutherford to look after animal (husbandry'of the railway. The ani-, mala arc in excellent shape and arej causing no end of interest among far-j mers who will receive them upon guarantee basis and given all sistance possible to keep the animals- in good shape, and produce an excel- lent line of stock in Altcrta. When the feeding season is over, ll-e animals will lie sold on the market for the best arid the profit goes to the farmer who looked after them. A feeding competition has also been arranged by the, C.P.R. for boys. The railway places the animals in the hands of the boys and allows a cer- tain amount for Ilia feeding of them 1 Prizes of considerable worth, ranging from will he given for the boys who produce the best fed steers al the end of the. season. In this way the farmer will bo given a chance to try mixed farming and ascertain its worth. .'Ho will be taught the value of raising stock with the grain, and j if the season proves a failure us far {as wheat is concurnod, there is (still illir siot'k left to make a fair profit out ot. Christmas, 1912 Will Soon Be With Us We are placing in our show rooms now suit able' gifts in fur- nituro for tlio HoUdiiy trade such Library Tables, from to Arm Chairs, from to Reading Lamps, at to Music Cabinets, from to Jardlnler Stands, from to Brass goods of all Descriptions. Art Pottery. your selection early., By paying a small deposit we -will hold sumo and guarantee delivery, December 24th. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers r09 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Choice Turnips, lOlus for 10c Parsnips, -libs, for 1.0c Potatoes, 100lb. sack 85c. Apples, 4lilhs. for......25c Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c. Two 3-fb tins new packed Swift's Silver Leaf: 31t> tin.............. 55c. 511i tin..............90s. lOlb tin SPECIAL PEIOE 201b. Sack of B.C. Sugar The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR 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 ensuring absolute accidents impos- sible.' Prevents lighting baclc ir the air miser. Gas appliances for coal Tiuuyes. Gas Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDQE THEY'RE HERE! Dustless Mops Dustless Dusters pustless Auto Dusters Dustless Broom Covers Phone 575 Your Order Street South Lcthbridge Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather rARNEY's'BRICKLAYER CEMENT. CARN HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM Tn frPMinc weather this mortar is mixed one Dart Carney1! r to two parts sand, and is user! as soon ag mixed. The mortar becpmes.ua liar.) as paving brick, as frost has no effect- all high class buildings. Endorsed by leading 8 w" have just unloaded a carload ot Carney'a Cement and can [ill all orders from Uthbrldgc stock. J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 1245-Snd Avc. S. ;