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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Day Hettl In Albirta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN JN LBTHBRIOQe The Dallas Hotel ll tin Beit and lent to Stay______ ASSORTMENT AND PRICES ARE ATTRACTIVE AS IN EVERYTHING ELSE, YOU WILL FIND THE BEST VALUES HERE. C.W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" Royal Typewriters lou will find in this machine, one that will ilu fill the work and give as good satisfaction a-s the more expensive typewriters. Why not save ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Slock 1st Door West of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Palmers Swim Soap Nothing better made for the bath. It floats. Price 15c per cake, at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL girl! a. n 'V let i lot dial Bi flea- FOR THE SICK ROOM We have the secesjary helps for every sick room. Helps that relieve the patient, the doctor, and the nurse. Helps that render work easy and help hasten recovery. Several styles of bedpans, many sizes of hot water bottles, syringes, rubber shields, air cush- ions, atomizers, feeding cups, gruel tubes, etc. JACKSON CO, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 SOME NEW SEASON'S HIGH CLASS DELICACIES hnvc just n sliipmtMii of ii'oocls from Iho Pacilic Coast tfvnm Co of Soaiile. Wnsliiusrton, nidi lot' or moro in price wo luivc never had. "'Pirn. shipuuM.t consists of I'uro' Clover lioiiov nil kinds and bottli-d fruits. '1 he following is a list Kitlraclod in glass, 13 price HONEY IN 1C on.; price 30c Extracted withcomb In glass, 10 oz., price 40c' In 18 oz. glass consisting of Straw- berry. Raspberry, Blackberry, Peach. Apricot, price FRUITS IN CLASS 20 oz. glass, family sizjy li'Vo'oi. size. CHERRYES-in'so'oz. glass, family Prlco price ..50c. 20 oz. glass, family size, price 50c. -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dspt. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept.. 1271. 38 Edmonton, clear I'rince Albert, cloudy Qu'Appelle, cloudy Kamloops, clear Calgary, clear Swift Current, fair Minncdosa, clear Nelson, clear .Medicine Hat, cloudy Moose .law, cloudy Winnipeg, fair Penticton, ciCJi" liaUieiord, clear FORECAST All few cal snow flurries, but senernlly and slightly colder Thursday Ja .28 ab as DISTRICT Elect Officers Tonight Lethbridge Encampment 1. O. 0. F. will meet tonight for election ot offi- cers and degree work. Building the Manse Work commenced this morning on the erection of the now manse for St. Andrew's Church, of which Rev. A. C. Bryan is minister. William Ellis Recovering William who. underwent an operation at the. hospital the other day, owing to injuries .sustained at Kipp, is today much improved and gaining.strength. Clever Entertainers Coming On Saturday evening' in Wesley Church; under the 'auspices ot' 'the choir, 'an attractive programme "will be submitted-by the Schubert Sym- phony Club, a company, of clever en- whose.... ability is known iii Band Concert Sunday The Citizens' Ba-ad will give a con- cert in the Majestic, Theatre next Suii. day evening. At that time.a march, "The Sailor composed by E. H. -j Purcell. leader of the Shubert Sym- phony Club, which plays, in the, Wes- ley Church shortly, will be rendered. Christmas Announce- ment OUR LA'RGE AND SPLEN- DID STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS IS ALL READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. MAKE; YOUR SELECTION NOW AND THUS AVOID THE RUSH AND WORRY OF LATE SHOPPING. SEE OUR AD. ON PAGE 8, OF THIS is'sUE. The Rfd Cross Drug and Bool Ltd, pSbne 55F I Third Ave. GOOD STOCK COMPANY STRAND- KEPT OUT OF SHER- MAN HOUSES Christmas, 1912 Will Soon Be With Us Wo iiro placing in our show rooms now suitable girts In fur- niture for the Holiday trado such Library Tables, from to S38.00. Arm Chairs, from to Reading Lamps, at to Music Cabinets, from to Jardlnier Stands, from to Brass goods of all Descriptions. Art Pottery. Make your selection curly. By paying a. small deposit we will hold same and guarantee delivery, December 2-lth. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 BEAR Mrs. McCormick's Death Alice McCormick, aged 55 years, wife of the late P. McCormick. former- ly of Vancouver, died In the city yes- terday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. V. R. Gilmore, .iOC Fifteenth Street. The deceased leaves to mourn her loss Mrs. V. R. Gilmore, ot this city; Mrs. W. B. Calgary, and Andrew Muma, of Buffalo, N.T. The fur.sral will take place tomorrow afternoon from Feuerly's undertaking parlors to the public cemetery. Rev. A. C. Watson will conduct the obse- quies. Went Back Without Son Denton M. Crowe went- back to Spokane this morning on the Spokane Flyer a wiser man than when he ar- rived on Saturday, lie went back- alone, with his mission to Lstlibvidge unfulfilled. Garnet Luke, the twelve year-old hoy, who caused a sensaticn Horse Blankets I''or thf jiexi days will offer horse blankets :it reduced prices. THIS SALE IS GENUINE DON'T MISS IT The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to The Lcthbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbrldge Hotel in two cities, is still in the city, llv Ing with his father, and his prospects for a trip to Sumiy Old Spokane are not so bright as they were on Sun day morning. -MIND! IF YOU WANT THE FOLKS IN THE HOMELAND TO RE- CEIVE YOUR GREETING AND CHRISTMAS CARDS THAT NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT. A bewildering assortment to ch'oose from. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Calgary, Nov. News-Tele- gram says Henry Davis, manager of the 1 stranded theatrical company, once; I known as "The American Stock com-j witli a few or his actors and i actresses, left the city for the-south I on Monday night after he had raised! enough! money by'pawning tlie scenery and several oi their costumes at a pawnshop on Kifthth avenue, and al- ter ciirsinn his luck for every coming into Alberta, where, lie claims, a travelling show has no chance oi ex- isting. .'.'There is an understanding amongi big Iheatcrmen in Calgary, EdnNnlon and Lethbridgc, that all travelling! troops must be boycotted, and it is impossible to book in any of these j places unless you are handled oriook- cd bv one of'the agents oi the trust. "It 'we play In Alberta we must play to the small town, and the con-l sequence is that the show is stranded before it is in the province two i weeks. The towns in Alberta nre not, large enough to'produce the and the money we take in is not! enough to pay expenses. In fact, the, I town in Alberta is like the village ini i the east, and we would never think of touching tlie villages there. T were stranded last Thursdayr I and some of us walked to Calgary I.from Okotoks, while some one took; compassion on the girls and one or: two of the men and paid their way j here. pawned our scenery and j uniforms and. now we have enough i money to take us to Spokane, hut lor Alcjerta, never again." TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mrs. Maude lirubaker Luke, who w., ]J0iice circles. September 13, 1012, obtained a di- CITY AND DISTRICT Five Bibulous Gents Five drunks in police court this morning yielded up six dollars. That was all the excitement last night in OUR HOT WATER BOTTLES ARE GUARANTEED They are made of tlie best three sizes, one, two and, three "'marts. Bvorj' bottle is Riiaranteert for two years. Let allow them to you. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing Chemitti ,p Phone 1487 vorce from her husband, Albert II. Luke, of this city, does not intend to give up her son without a figbt. Before leaving, Mr. Crowe stated that he was golns! back to Spokane, where he %vould make arrangements to take the necessary legal proceedings to ob. t.Mn the custody of the boy for Ills mother, who was awarded that priv- ilege by the Spokane courts. Just how ho was going to accomplish his end be did not know, hut tlicvc must bc some way, and he is going to liud it. _ _ LOCALS phone 666 tlie Jlcsr.rngcr. Service lor prompt message and baggage delivery. Kingston, tlie tailor, phone ]_ RFX I'bonc (iTO; Kaake's Uarlier Shop; coal C. oulce Phone for 12-in. dry stove Pone wood, delivered anywhere In the, city. l> 00 per loud C. O. O. Address Hox Warner and Board of Trade Executive The weekly meeting of Hie Board of Trade executive will be ncM in the secretary's office tomorrow evening at eight o'clock. S. 0. E. Notice lOnglnnd R. H. meets to- night in S. O. E. hall at eight o'clock sharp, follo'wed by free-aml-easy. All' members are requested to attend pn time. District Court in the District Court today Judge Winter, gave- judgment for plaintiff In the case of Joe Paul against Joseph Schwartz, "noth of Milk Hiver. Plain- tiff sued for, the value of an ox- lost by defendant, wliich bis Honor assess- ed at 550.00 DRAINING PEST SPOT IN INDIAN- GRUESOME FINDS ARE MADE Indianapolis, Imi., Nov. bodies have been uncovered, three of j them yesterday evening by tlie rccccl- In.n waters of the canal, known to the police as the "crime which is being drained. The first body dug up was that oi an unidentified body, on- ly a few days old. A brick [listened about its neck witb a ribbon was murder proof to Coroner Durham. Blanche Kimple, a ncgress, 17 years old, of Pcoria, lil., was another vic- tim. She had been missing from the i home .of a relative only a few. days The police believe thai the woui.in was attacked on a bridge near where her body was found. A hole in her forehead seemes to indicate that she was -murdered. j Phehiis, another victim, is believed to have fallen into the inul: accidentally. Another body (if a showing no marks of violence, not been identified. Tile caii.il is twelve miles lotifi Mid three miles of it passrs through .1 si'Ulcmcnl. Many bodies are U'icn from the water eacli year. UNITARIAN CONFERENCE Toronto, Nov. twenty- eighth'annual meeting of the Unitar- ian conference of Canada aud the Middle Etntes, opened here this morn- ing. About seventy delegates are in attendance, many from the States. Death of Old Lady The death took place In the city to- day at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Kaley, 621 Eighth street South, of Tnbntljn. Simpson, aged S7 Dayton. "j years, wife late aigsworth .Viorden and Dennett are mi oadlliE _, a car of fancy For wlll bc announced later. LIBERALS ENDORSE RAILTON Ou'Appclle, Sask., N'ov. IS. The Liberal cniiventlon held here yesler- duy nominated D. Itulltoil, of Sintii- luta, lndoneiKlf.nt. as their candidate In tlie forthcoming bye-election, caus- ed by the elevation of the lion. P. G. Honlliiln to the chief Justiceship of the province. Mr. itiimcju .'.illy defeated at the recent general elec- tion by a narrow majority. Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Choice Turnips, lOtbs for 10c Parsnips, libs, for...... 10o Potatoes, 100ltj, sack 85c. Apples, 4Klbs. for 25o Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c. 3-tb tins new packed Tomatoes............. 35c Swift's Silver Leaf: 311) till...............55o. lOlb tin............ SPECIAL PRICE 201b. Sack of B. C. Sugar The Premium Grocery 324-11th 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. Pi-events lighting back in the air mixer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Cp. Ltd. CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE THEY'RE HERE! Dustless Mops Dustless Dusters Dustless Auto Dusters Dustless Broom Covers Phone 575 Your Order Street South Lcthbridge Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather CARNEY'S BRICKLAYER CEMENT i In ,K weather tliis mortar is mixed one part Carney's n gv nml OB E00n as raiied. TUo Snr'be'comca !.B Hard us paving Drlclt, as Irost has no etfcct all high class Endorsed by leading at Cnrnuy'a Cement and cnu till all ord'ora from i-ethbrldKo J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1765 Lethbrldge, Alia. 124B.2nd.Ave. Si ;