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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO AL TRAINS J Windsor j Day Hotel In Albert.! idee Herald 4 WHEN IN t The .Dallas Motel Is the and Most Convert- lent Place to Stay Our .Cooking Range's Please Always We sell ranges which ive know nre correct in every detail, ranges which cook perfectly, bake in most exceHoiU inauner and which use but a small quaiUHy of fuel for the usual work. Those who contemplate purchasing should see our ranges. OUR WASCANA is a range which has proven its riglil to si foremost place among moderate priced rang- es. 'Tis specially suitable for small families or for UUclwns where room is not pluiuiful. A genuine mood value at, spe- cial..............Each S35.CO OUR HOMESTEAD Wo have placed a bi? number of this ruuse ;viul tlu-y ;m> all giving perfect service. This particular range is ahead of any eqii-.il price on the market. Special Price OUR RIVAL This ransri! is mude for those who demand an extra grade "Rival" users nre always fiood udvertiaew. be- cause they cannot help speak- ing about its fine baking and cooking qualities, its beauti- ful finish and its ease of op- ..Special Price MONARCH RANGES Aro built of m-alleable iron and sieel throughout. Built to give the maximum service sit all time's, and constructed so that it will save its cost in fuel in short Lime. J75 to Our quarantce goes every stove and that guarantee says that it will give you perfect satisfaction In every respect. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 794 Pl Ol Wr. Ova Attention tr Mall Qrdtri CRANE'S The note paper of quality. Once you have used these fine ia- pers, none other will suit von. We carry a. large stock of note papers and invitations for Teas and Parties. For your stationery jro to ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK iRST BOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compoumling The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training', experience and equipment assure that al! medic in 63 will corn- oounaeti rlgnt. Bring prescriptions here to.be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. 'RCSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. I, RIPLEY, MANA3CH. PHONE Something YOU Should Know That we have just received a very fine assortment of BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS, consisting of WHISK 'HOLDERS, NECKTIE HOLDERS, PHOTO HOLDERS, STREAMERS, BANNERS, PILLOWS, ETC. Very suitable gifts for mailing to your friends abroad. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS U JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON, BLOCK. PHONE FKKSU Fia'ITS AM) VKWKTABLKN FOK T1IK WHKK-EM) AT CO. A NICE VARIETY TO NICE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM Cornlsdmn Grapes. 5 Ib. basket ............85o Canvils. S Ibs. for.........................25c .Mulaisn (iruiK'S, jiur llj......................25c S lus. for ..........................25c Xon- Xaval OraliBcs, vory juicy and sweet, pur S Ibs. for .........................25c (ioxt'ii .......................40c, 50c and 60c Parsnips. 0 Ibs. for ........................25c Kniil. kirse size. 2 for...............2Sc I'liniiiltln, 5'Ibs. for ........................25c Now Tin-Well 1'ips. per box .................20c f'ltron, 5 Ibs. for ............................25c .................25c Sipiiisb, llubbnrd. G Ibs. for..................25c Paragon Apples, at Sweet 4 Ills, for ...................26c .................2Sc rhnic'p Jonmluiii, H. lleaut 4 Ibs. for I'or ease CookiiiK 5 Ibs. for Alberlii Potatoes, 15 Ibs. for.................25c Per 100 Ib. Choice 11. C. Onions. 6 Ibs..................25c PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Ocpt. 1271. Ice Cream Oept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Oept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Cream Dept. 627. WEATIIEK Mild wont her has prevailed the prat-ru- provinces. turned cold- during the nljiht in parts of 8as- i Katehewun. Light snow has fallen in j ICdmonion, clear -1'2 Calgary, clear :tS Winnipeg, cloudy IS M Port Arthur, cloudy 22 Lfcthbridge, clear............. Forecast, lUanitoba and Saskatche- wan; Fine today and on Tuesday. Al ber ta; Fi n u a nd in i Id today a nd on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT A. E. Qiiayle, editor of the t'ar- jjngay Sun, spent Sunday in town. Don't forest the business men's tomorrow (Tuusday) at live o'clock. preparations are bving made for the annual Imnquet oi the" Taber Hoard of Trade. C. W. Carman, founder of (he husl- iii2 town oi SPECIALS .For Salurelay .Evening' PUDDING JJOWLS as shown in our window lOc 15c The 5c size has been cleaned out, but there are still big values. enger on SaUirday night's train from HANUFACTUREflS OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER lliat burg en route to Chicago. Lambert, formerly of Lcth- ridgu, but now of Vancouver, is j spending a couple of days here en route to Winnipeg. j K. R. .Alorey and Mrs. Morey, of i the Palace, hoJrl, leave today for How island, where they will spend a few ilnys on theiv ranch, after which they will leave for Southern Caliinr- i nia to spend the winter. I I.owjs Stock-fit, jiresidL-nt of tlie Coal Operators' Association, arrived in the city yesienlay from Ilostner, I and spend a few days here on business in connection with the asso- ciation. P. Scanlon, rep re sen ting the Chica- go, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway at Si. Helena, is in the city today visiting the offices of the C.P.R. in connection with the Christmas excur- sions to the States over that com- pany's lines. Hailcy, superintendent of the American Express Co., at Minneapo- lis, spent a couple of days in the city last week, K-aving fur Grassy where he will visit ajs brother George Hailey. Mr. liailey is very much pleased with Southern Alberta, and predicts a splendid future for the city of Lcthbridg. this will nne day be tre for Southern Liberia, as it is lite logical point for lines coming from the States'into C.'umda. St Rhone 556 eiitim nu-iiie iridge. He thinks j I e the railway cen- L J.D.H1GINBOTHAM iCO. LIFTED Family Dispensing Chemists Chloride of Lime is a recommended antiseptic germ destroyer and bleacher We -carry the fosted article, guaranteed to contain 35 per cent, of chlorine gas, the ac- tive principal of chloride of Jime. _ ;-iv. Put'up in 1 Ib. packages. JPloase phone your orders. We have the. messengers. Prompt delivery is our rule. J. D. IT. Co., Ltd .BUSINESS LOCALS PINCHER CITY big Viiinlovillc opening 'rheaLre tonijrht. Plnclier City, Nov. weatb .er has turned milder with a stead> I warm wind from Ui-e and the at janow is rapidly disappearing, K the warm wind continues for a few days Order now and get prompt delivery on the twelve-inch dry firewood, fiock- Yales. Phone. 138-J. 2CO-0 more threshing will he in full swing again. Owing to a slight break in fclie pump r. in the power house the water system Don! Iriivc until too late ordering hns becn ollt of comraisslon ,0V the your Christmas greetings. Not few days, 'Which ..caused very imuch iii'couvenience to the citizens of Pincher City. Cliief Engineer Pem- herton reports tiiat he wiil have the plant in running: order in a few dayn. The Alexander Hotel have installed a heautiful player piano in the dininK LISTEN" flrand hig vaudeville op- j room, the music of which is very re- pning at Uic N'cw Morris Theatre to- freshing to the hgtul guests in the niarht. hiir attractions. Price 1' J-ed Collins, ttio genial proprietor ''ents' of the Alexander hotel, returned home If you are interested in the best of jfrom the cast after a lengthy visit. Grand Opera, and arlistical-flle sayw there is no place better than Iv produced and suns, 'lon't miss this 'Alberta, and no place better In Alber- time to spare if you want to your name and address printed on them. Secure them now at the Her- ald office. Wide range lo select from. 27U-0 AND SWEET AND PLAIN SOOAS Babbitt Metals Solder Wiping Solder Caulking Lead Dynamo Metals Carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. f. O. 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. snlrndid entertainment at the Majes- 1tlia" Plnolior City. _ A car load of lum lie theatre on Tuesday, .Nov. 21. A Rrand dan'-e v.-illb.'.- given by the bi )s back gl Uie 2S3-0 Bank building, preparatory to for building purposes whon the weather permits. U. L. Griffith, ot the local bakery. Is C.I'.It. freight departinc'til Monday, Nov. Gasmen's Orchestra1 will' f laid up with a very sore foot. attend. I Ladies [rcc. .fhe-Plncher City oouncll met a fow Kverybody welcome. ago to discuss the advisiibll- Kcgrets will avail nothing ti yon 'ity of sending Ted Reed to Ottawa (o miss thr opportunity of bearing the tried and trui; avtiKls of the Interna- tional Operatic Company, which comes to l.ethbrulge Tuesday, Xov. 31, at the Majestic Theatre. 233-0 Call 66G, the Lethhridge Service for quick message inri gagi dfltvery- Oflficw' 0-7 Hound St. 211-1 protest against the Ury Farming Con- Xo action was taken In tho matter on account of the high cost Ted plated on his services, which was Mr. McKnlght, president or the council CITY AND DISTRICT The Bentley (Vy.- Ltd. Dainty Evening Gowns A New feature in our licady to Wear Dcpt. Dresses Tor Dances. A prcKy Marquisette Dross, beautifully em- broidered, with a touch of pink on waist band and yoke Arrangements are being made for Two Paws ci'leqratfil circus to he lield in the V.M.C.A. gyniimsiuiu on Dec. 7th. There will be several new attractions this year, including a hypnotist and a lady's class under the direction of Miss Jones. Kuulher announcement will he made in a few Jays, so he sun: and keep thu date in niml. 11 J. Hnkcr, N. H. Moors and W. jj .1. Wilde, travelling representatives of tin? Albert a Government Tele- iJlioiii- system, tire the city today vest igat ing the service here, as ii suit of (he complaints sent in re- cently by the Hoard of Trade. A .horough investigation will he rnaite, and any defects will be remedied as "soon as possible. U'cdnesday evening will see another fraternal society instituted in Let-h- britlge. The Loyal Order of Moose will bo instituted at the Oddfellows H-all. a C'algary team coming down for ihe initiation exercises. A large! .clitss will be presented, and the or- j tier will receive a living start in the' city. At Ihe close of the exercises, ottkers for. the lodge here by placed in nomination. At Si. Augustin's church yesterday j morning the sermon took the form of j an address by Rev. MurrelMVrighl on the- recent meeting of the synod at; C'iilgasy. Tlie meeting had, he sUt-i cd, shown that the development of j the cljur'.'h work in Alberta was in-! creasing rapidly. This was due in a j large measure lo the- missionary f ivork being carried on in England, j ,wo4hirds of the money being sub-; scribed by the church for missionary j purposes being spent in Canada, Thu rctiilt was that SI clergy attended j the synod this year against 5-1 of! IflOS. Another niinouncc'nicnt was .thai Rev. Paul null, nnd a party of' hishops would leave England short- ly, visiiing Canada for the purpose of stirring up the people to a more full j appreciation of the work of the cbun-h. Anotlur change to he made in church affairs is that the weekly literal lire distributer! at Sunday school had heen changed to :l British publication, "Our Empire." IRON SPRINGS NOTES Threshing is a thing of the pant is the latest. Seven in- ches of the soft white beautiful. A big crowd and a good time at tlie duncia at McDonald's Hall last Friday night, but, uli, wasn't it cold? Every body welcome at the husking bee next Thursday. Tom Wright says he is just half done threshing, and the largest half I the tail end. John Tenant is not done thrashing Georgo Mays has started a new en- try and coal is getting better. Jake all -smiles. There's a rea- son. His threshing is done. The ferry is froze up. It will open again in the good old summertime. TABER Taber, Nov. the advent of tho Chinook, more grain has comp, into town, and threshing operations {havte been resumed to some extent. nber has arrived TJio local curlers have been taking advantage of the cold spell, and though the ice has been far from jtsr- 'ect, some excellent curling has been enjoyed. It is likely that Taber will lave somv- first class rinks this win- ter. The rook of the rink has been fixed up, and it is hoped that tem- porary thaws will not cause as much trouble as last year. Gossip is not yet very free rcgard- ng the 'forthcoming municipal elec- tions, but. tho names of W. Doug- as nnd Dr. fi. Leach have been 'mentioned as candidates for tire may- showed whcro other towns paid this ninount Tor Himllar service, and t.hcro the mat tor stood. It was finally ric- Storm doors nr windows in stock elded to lay t.hfl mutter over until next made to order nnd hung Call on Citizens Lumber Co.. Ltd., phone 302 First Ave., south, A. 28B your early al the New Morris Theatre tonight. cur- Lain at 8 o'clock. meeting. gentlcmon arn snrloiifily considering the matter. The throe aldermen to re- tire this year are Dr. Irfach, A. Van Orman nnd A. Mitchell. It is probable that R. A. VanOrrmin, at least, will seek re-election, and the of K. H. Anderson 1ms been Bicntioncd an n .possible candidate, 10 far n? 10 definitely In tin field, Pink Safin, with cream over drape, elaborate floral, design, white fringe and girdle Cream Satin Nhvun over drape, with jet' (rimmed kimo.ua sleeves Several other stj'ies. Evening Cloaks, coronation blue, with Orien- tal trimming on collar, and fancy buttons, I'l'iw FURS Mink Sets, Russian Pony, Hudson Seal, As- radian. Mink Marmot Mnskrat Coats SealPJnsli Coats, roll collar KEEP YOUR EYE On This Space FOR BARGAINS SALE IS IN FULL SWING Special Oak Heaters each Come with the Crowds Early Look For The Sign P Phone 575 ASSIGNEE 510 3rd Avenue South. P. O. 1Z7 CUPID'S LAST WARNING is often given by his "best slrl" with a sweet tooth among hor nearly others. Buy her a bos ol our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Chocolates, Bon-Bons. Taffies, etc., all sure winner in thu game of love. Try ours und !-'Why not win today? ROCftON BEOS. QUAKER BREAD Ail out of town customer writes us "Very fine bread." opinion rill be the same if you let us you sample loaf. Phone 1027. TENDERS Estimates given and prompt delivery guaranteed of ill building lupplies GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH We haven't been shouting about our Stoves and Ranges, but we are pleased with our sales. We will tell you why Every range we sell sells another WESTERN TREASURE, MAJESTIC AND MALLEABLE RANGES for satisfaction The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNM AND 4TH AVK., LETHBRIDai. ;