Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUS TO AL TRAINS J Hotel Windsor Btit t Day Hotel In Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The, Dallas Hotel ll tlie Beit and Most Convnn. lent Place to Stay Our Cooking Ranges Please Always We sell ranjres which we know are correcl in every detail, ranges which cook perfectly, bake in most excellent manner and which 'use tmt a small quantity of fuel for the usual work. Those who contemplate purchasing should.see our ranges. OUR 535.00 WASCANA Is :i range whioli lias proven its rlKhl 10 n foremost place among nuKlcnilc' pricoil rang- es. TLs ?iprt-lull.v smc.'ibh- for small ff.mlllw or lor kitchens where roum is nol plentiful. nemiine good vnlne at. spe- cial..............Each OUR 545.00 HOMESTEAD have phioed it 1'iS numlxr of niiiwe and lliey are all giving perft-cl service. This particular rango is ahead of any ccir.-Jl price rail.ee on the market. Special Price 545.00 OUR S50.00 RIVAL This rnnae IK made for those who -demand an ranso. "lUvnl" users are always -.nlvuriisci-s. be- cause they fiiimot help speak- iibinii iis fine .baking aurt cooking iiualltleE. Us beauti- ful finish ami its ense of op- ...Special Price MONARCH RANGES Arc built of UKiHeabk1 and Vicol throughout. 10 uive the maximum service at nil limov-. and constnictcri so imit it "ill save its coat in fuel In short time. to iron Built Our guarantee noes with every stove and that quarantee says that it will give you perfect satisfaction in every respect. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. O. lax C R A N E'S The note paper of quality. Once you have, used these tine pa- pers. none other will suit YOU. We earn- a larse stock of uote papers and invitations for Teas and Parties. For your stationery go to ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK iHST DOOR WEST OF UNION PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding 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 wo offer arc strictly ot the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that ail medicines will he coo> pounded rigm. Brine all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, RiPLEY, MANAQIH, PHONE 77Z EVERY LADY KNOWS How serviceable a really good Hand Bag is. In our immense showing of hand bags there is not one but wlutt bas been selected -with regard to quality, workmanship, and use- fulness. Those hand bags represent the highest perfection in leather best finished leather, beautifully trimmed and wpll made. See the New Velvet Hand Bags at JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION U JOHNSTON JACKSON, ILOCK. PHONE 1231. 'I'T .1 .11 1 V Wr'KK YOM w'" the old tinyhiK. "The proof of the pudding is I" cut- M llif, f) lt (3 ui0 sorvleo. Unless yon try botlt you cannot toll or know that thyy are the beat to bo, had in this and planned lo He- euro and Itoi-p your trudu. We know that a satlnl'li-d eustoiiR-r Is the best, advertisement wo have. UHM-OI'QIV try us this week. Satisfaction will bo the word. Solid or como with your order; phono or 1m ve our order iimii call. Hero are a few Items Mintwill tmiltc you a pleased patron of this store. .NVu- fan died Pools, per lb..................25c Seeded liaising. 2 Ifox. pkty...............25c HOST Clenned Currants. '2 pkls.............25c Cooking Kiyv, Ibs. for................... 25c New Prur.cs. In rye 2 Ibs. for ...........25c Or 10 t-iuv St. Charles or St. Uforge Cream, i" tins .....50c Host lied Sockovy Salmon, in hulf 2 for 35c flavored. Per 50 IU. case PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. Choice Krench Peas, per tin.................20c Fmu'h Mushrooms, per tin .........'.......25c Choice Muvihroomn, very best ............30c Asparagus, large tin 45c New Naval OnuisfH ...............40c, 50c, 60r. Largt- flrapc Fruit. 2 for ...................25c Salon Provence Imported Olive Oil, half Hire sine Olives, plain or stuffed ut 25c 35c 50c 75c If you hiiven't laid in your Wjntor supply wo would like you to see itotui- y. Paragons. Jonathans, Willow u'ood wlutur varieties, and well (CO OK 9.C..C3 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Oept. 627. CITY AND DISTRICT We Olve Attention Mall Ord.ert OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER II. H. Onnotid. of Piitfher IVeek, I has iM't-'n a commissioner for I a Jam; affidavits. j II. It. Johnston, malinger of the] Farming Co. at Stirling, f is a visitor in the city today. i Mr. Ilorgen, of the I.mnbvr company stall, had his right ankle badly sprained at the Y.iM.C.A. sym. hist night. Me was- wrestling and got twisted up in a throw. There will be a meeting of the Overseas Club this evening to decide on permanent quarters for the j organization. The committee on club quarters will report at the meeting, j .0. A. Stem and J. I. McBraync, of1 Rosemend, are in the city today and, are of the opinion that Knsemwirt dis- j will save most of its grain this j year. The acreage for 1912 will he' larger limn i-ver. Pete Coulee, who was fined yester- day morning in police court for-going out on a immediately loaded i tip again, and became -so- nuisttrous that it took to handle- him. l.V was soaked the limit this' moni- ing. The plans anil specifications for Hie street railway system were sent out yesterday afternoon from the Oniee oi A. H-jiii, superintendent engineer. Nearly one hundred copies were sent tn as many firms who will lit- given from now till Dec. 27 to tender on the work. The tenders will be open- ed on that dare and the contracts let- before the end of l'ie year. The Hoard of Trade Council will hold its regular wccUy meeting to- morrow evening. .As John T. Burns, secretary of the Dry Farming Con- gress, lias arrived in the city, plans for Hit; handling of the congress will he discussed, and arrangements made to secure quarters for the staff dur- ing their year in Lcthbridge., With the warnv weather again, the fanners arc busy threshing through- out the district. Fanners in the city these days say that a large percent- age of the grain will be threshed ii the present conditions continue for a few days, and those who arc not in al position to thresh at present are .slacking their grain, in order that the loss may be as small as possible. The Y.M.C.A. have arranged a un- ique program for their circus on De- cember, 7th at 8 o'clock sharp. Two Paws celebrated circus will be on the job that evening. Don't miss hearing lien- and his famous bond, Hie pumpkin hustle, ladies' fan- cy drill costume, Professor dc Roadie; hypnotist, the howlers, quartette and chorus and oi-her funny numbers, YOU i cannot afford to miss this circus, one night, only, Dccembur 7th. Thr case of. Plunkctt Savage v. nridgcfurd was decided in favor of the plaintiffs in the. district court this morning. 'Defendant put np a prolonged argument in .support of his plea some fruit supplied lo him by plaintiffs, and which he claim- HOTELMEN We keep the glasses you need, at right Cut Bars, 2 to 7 or.; Hot Whiskies; Port; Sherries; Cocktails; Champagnes; Gin Rickies; Clarets; Liquors; Bell Tumblers; Keg and Straight Glasses. Spoons, 5, 7, and 9 inch. Bottle Caps; Shakers; and Strainers, etc. us; we send samples promptly. SEE OUR WINDOWS WRKHAM BROS Phone 55G AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS J.D.HIGINBOTHAM J.CO. Family dt Dispensing Four hundred "and twenty- eight thousand tubes of REXALL TOOTH PASTE were sold in twelve months. What better rdcoiiinKJiula- tipn do you require for a per- .feet tooth.; paste- Tf you1 ha. not .already tried it, another day go by before you are the hap- py owner of! a '25-ceut tube. Sold at f BUSINESS LOCALS Order now'and got prompt delivery on the twelve-inch dry firewood. Bsck- Yatcs. Phone 1384. 269-0 Don't leave "until too late ordering your Christmas greetings. Not time to spare if you want to get your name and address printed on them. Secure .them now at the.Her- ald office. Wide range to select from. 27U-0I Tf you are interested in-the best of Grand Opera, properly and artisticjjl- ly produced and sung, don't miss this splendid entertainment, at the iMajes- MAGJRATII Masrath, Xov. a rcs-ilt of she welcome chinook wind that hits been blowing for soirw few days the major portion of the snow has disappeared, and throsning in this district, have been This is much appreciated, as for a time it looked as though the ele-j ments would .pn-vail, preventing (ho threshing of the crops in the field. But signs point to a period of line weather and all are jubilant in anti- cipation of it. Tomorrow threshing will he general and if two weeks of favorable weath- er is had the crops IK- safely in bin. This is the opinion, at least, of most of the farmers. Two new steam out tits will arrive on Wed- nesday from Winnipeg. They are by 0. AV. Stoddard and Jas. E. Mocks. The Political pot The municipal pot is beginning to j with the civic elections fast j approaching. Several are named as i likely candinatss for the mayoralty; seat, including Councillor J. J. and John 1. Chipman, a local sheep man. Both are extremely popular arid I either would 'doubtless fill the office with credit. It is s'aid on trustwor- thy aiit'horily (hat, Mayor Woolley will retire from public life. This an- nouncement is widely regretted as he had administered the affairs of the town very wisely, and has shown himself to he a capable man in every respect. He has spent; the town's money very judiciously, and will re- tire with a good name and colors Hy- ing. Mr.. Wool ley'K absence from the chief magistrate's chair will be keen- iy-felt in the 'deliberations of the council next year. A. J. Hudson leaves tomorrow for Salt Lake City, where he will under- go an-operation in the L. D. S. hos- pital for some ailment of the stom- ach. Mr. Hudson has the best wish- es of the whole community. The new creamery is almost com-! ploted. The machinery is being in- stalled, ,and the plant will soon be in operation. Work is being pushed on the new hotel, and the frame work will he up iu u few days. T. K. Roberts has the contract. CHEAPER POWER IS PROMISED ST. JOHN Si John. Nov. power for new industries in St. John will ;be secured if the Provincial Legislature ratifies the agreement made between the City Council and the New Bruns- 383-0 Regrets will avail nothing if you AUTO SUPPLIES Auto Oils. Lubricating Oil. Casings. Tiros. Patches. Tubes. Vulcanizing -0.nl.fits. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. SIXTH ST. cd imsaUsfa.ct.ory. Tin: case continued from yesterday, and this morning .hiiitri' Winter. found for plain-tin's with costs. Super in londt'iit Kuid oi' the electric light, department, slated today that the reason Miat the lights were ,iol comns to Lcthbridge Tuesday, Nov .ireadv in place in Gait Park wash'. Majestic Theatre. 383-0 lluii part of lh. apparatus has bet-n I Call 6BC, the Lethbridge delayed in iranxH, but thai the ing picc.-s should be hire in a coupl 01 cltivs- when standards will be up and ihr park liphled. As tin1 systrm is now the slniuUirds lying on i the sidewalks in 'ilie park arc a j sourcn oi danger to pedestrians. j Am one the many led in UK Alberta as hnvinjrj been incorpora-tctl are the T'iciclier Creek Kink Co., capital the wick Hydro-Electric Company. The provisions, and tho maximum rates for power and light are stated as part of the agreement Tho com- pany proposes to generate power at LepTfiinix and transmit it to tho city. Its franchise is not exclusive, and will not prevent, the ingle wood Pulp and Paji-or Comany, which has val- uable "water power nearer to the city, from doing business on similar terms. The latter company lias also openvil negotiations with tho 'city, but la not. prepared to act as promptly as the othfir. The outlook, therefore, Is for iniBs'tlic opportunity of bearing light and power than tried ami true artists of the Interim- supplied by the St. John Hall- lional Operatic Company, Company. tic Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 31. miss- Service lor quick message anil oiiplr; Rom mod St. 210-1 PUTTING A CURB ON THE MOTORISTS Toronto, Nov. latiturte given motorists by the Toronto police in regard to the speed they in made lo order and limig. Call t'hiln an honr on Cilizras l.umbrr Co., Mil., phone Jha ten hollr roT Pint, Avc., south, 12l.h A. St. 2S6-I ,g tho .S. 0. H. n.inro Thursdiiy, N'ovcm-1 The police linvc not. heon bother- 30th, K. nf I', linll. All members ijng nny motorist who wan travelling as fjist as 18 milos an hour provided ho took proper precautions. There itiul the DniiKhtprs and ftlnids of Kng- lanrl are cordially invited and infla Adams Coal Mine Co., Limited, capi- ta! head office, Lethbridge the Hodges and West on Land Com- pany, Limited, capital head oflicc, Mag rath the Casticvjew Handling Company, Limited, capital JIO.MO, brad office, Plncher Creek; the Alexander Milling Company, Lim- ited, offlcfil, brltkc. tions for Iheir fricud.s can he obtain- from the committee. 289-2 Dr. 0. 0. Weeks, of Cardston, arriv- ed in (he city yesterday afternoon and is spending the day tinya been so many accldonts, how- ever, that the pnlicn are now com- pelled to take this srtep. After a girl has Iwon married a year -begins to look and act like her mottwr. Every marrted, women satisfied that she could name the craiiktest mm In the world if called upon to The Bentley (Vy. Ltd Dainty Evening Gowns A New Feature in our lieady to Wear Dresses for Dances. A pretty Marquisette Dress, boiiuti fully om- Ijroiclerccl, 'with ;i touch of. pink on waist band and yoke -S15 Pink Safin, wilh cream over drape, elaborate floral design, white .fringe 11.11 d girdle Cream Satin Ninon over drape, Avith jet trimmed kimoiiii sleeves Several otlicr stylos. Evening Cloaks, coronation blue, with Orien- tal trimming on collar, and fancy buttons, price FURS Mink Sets, Kussiau Pony, Hudson Seal, As- traclum, Mink Marmot Muskrat Seal Plush Coats, roll collar........... Look Look Look HAYli'S HARDWARE SALE Still Draws the Crowds SKATES SKATES SKATES Bobs Oil, per gal. Clothes Pines, 6 doj. for ,.28e China Tea Pots ..At Cost Stove 2 for..........25c 4-Hole Cook Stoves Elbows, 2 for at Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for ..25c Sad Irons, Mrs. Potts ut HURRY HURRY HURRY You'll be dull and sorry if you misi these BARGAINS Phone 575 Arthur Hayr ASSIGNEE 510 3rd Avenue South. STEPHENS PAINTS 4 52.25 a gallon. P. 0. Bex 1ST CUPID'S LAST WARNING is often given by Ills "best girl" with a swcot tooth among her pearly others. Buy lier a. box of our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Taffies, etc.. all sure winner in the game of love. Try ours and Why not win ROCHON BROS. A prominent business man the other day: "GJlmoro, that Quaker Bread is the finest bread I ever ate. You deserve success." "NAME ON APPLICATION." are waiting for your addrcts, lo n to that sample loaf. Just PHONE 1027 GILMORE THE BAKER 1810 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. CORNER ST. AND AVE., LETHMIOOB.