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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i I I 1) ti t( �� n u ual articles are to be fotmd in our stock that make for the comfort and convenience of the patient Waiting on the sick becomes a pleasure when you have the many helps that we carry. Air cushions, bedside tables, rubber douche pans, rubber shaating, feeding cups, thermometers, Iceaaps, bandages, ate. And many other useful and necessary helps to liKhteu your car� and the convenience of the patient. JACKSON & CO. PHCSCRIPTION ORUQOISTft , SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 XMAS IN LESS THAN FIVE WEEKS Wo have made Rreut preparations this year with nil lUf itlttorent varictlos of goods for tho Xmas trade. Kvery day wo are recdviftR InrKC shipments of goods. Our stock of fresh fruits and vegetables Is always the most complete In the city luul prices are tlir most reasonable for wc buy in larsci qiuintltlos and direct from tho grower. New dried fr\iits, Candied I'nels;, New Nuts, In and out of the shell, Orystallzed fruits, fresh shipments of chocolates, ovory week or two, such makes as Oanonga, 0. n. Brand, and Dingle & Stewarts" Melb;i Brand. These two brands of cliocolatcs arc tho highest grades that money can buy in Canada and by buying such large quantities wo arc able to soli the most of those at per pound. 50 cents. NOTE THESE FOUR WEEK END SPECIALS VALENCIA OR SPANISH ONIONS, alx pounda for..............................................25c. NO. 1, WASHINGTON APPLES, auch varieties as Winter Strawberry. Chlcagos, Greenings and others.- All extra fine stock, per case..........$1.7S Five pounds for.............................. 25c. MONTANA SNOW APPLES, a few caaea at per............................................ $1.00 Or Eight pounda for ....................................................................25c. CAPE COD CRANBERRIES, Only five barrela, at 2 pounds for .................................. 2Sc. TRY US FOR QUALITY AND QUANTITY. YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SERVICE. -PHONEt- S2S Grocery Dept. Wholesale Dept 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ^-PHONES-~ Grocery OepL 628 Wholesal* Dept. 1271. .02 WEATHER Lethbrldge, cloudy ......... 50 27 Edmonton, clear ............ 38 30 .Moose .law, cloudy ......... 15 2,"> Qu'AppcUe, cloudy ,...... 10 20 Winnipes, clear ...........j 16 26 Kamloops, clwr............. 12 36 Grand l-'orks ................. 13 39 Calgary, [air ................ 12 2S Medicine Hat, cloudy ...... 5G 38 Swift Current, cloudy .... -16 30 Hegina, eloudv .....j ....... H 30 Minncdosa, lair .......... lO 20 Port .Vrthur, cloudy ...... 40 28 .04 Nelson ........................ 43 33 The weather continued fair and mild throughout the prairie provinces. Light snow and rain has fallen in eastern Manitoba. F0R12CAST : Manitoba and Sas-Ji-atchewan-.\ few light Hurries of snow, but generally (air and comparatively mild today and on Saturday. Alberta-Fair today and on Saturday. N'ot much change in temperature. CITY AND DISTKICT The Police Court Plve incapables were dealt with by the cadi in police court this morning. A deuiimondaiue, who was summoned on a vag. charge, failed to appear, for-feltltig her bail money. ' She jumped the city yesterday. Opened Nev; Office R. W. .McLeliand, local manager of the United Typewriter Co., returned this morning from Jidicine Hat, where ho made arrangements for opening a branch office on Toronto street. Mr, JIcLelland' will have charge of both the Lethbrldge and Medicine Hat offices. Stafford Village Case Judge Winter in the District Court today gave judgment for defendant with the costs In the action, of Andrew Rahovie, against Precopl Ano-fucino, both of Stafford Village. The plaintiff sued for recovery ot |130, which, it is alleged, he loaned to defendant, who, in his statement of claim, denied ever having received the money. Lively Mevting Tonight The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trade will be held in St. Augusiln's hall this evening. At this meetin the criticism of the board's work, made at recent campaign meet Itigs, will receive due attention, and those who wish to hear the facts ot the matter should be present. It pro mlses to be the most Interesting meeting of the year. New Manager Appointed At the special meeting ot the Leth. bridge Exhibition Board last night, Allen Jack, formerly of the l^thibridge Weyburn Co., was appointed secre tary of the Board, vice J. W. McNicol, reslgne*. Mr. Jack was chosen from a list of thirteen applicants for the position. He will commence his dut leg immediately after the regular an nual meeting of the organization, which is to be hold in Dccera'beT, and from then on will bo very busy arranging for sports hi Henderson Park, and for the fair, which next year will bo held in June. Mr. Jack was, before coming to Lethbrldge, a travel-li-ng representative in Alberta of one of the large Winnipeg wholesale concerns. It is understood that he will have his offices for the time being in tho electrical department of the city. locals" WHIST DKlVi3-St. Mary's Men's Society are holding their third big whist drive and social on Tuesday, Novemher 26, in Unity Hall, commencing, 7.30 p.m. Splendid prizes, excellent entertainment and plenty ot good refreshments. Ladles free, gen-tleracn �1.00. 291-4 .Phone 666 tse Messenger SetTico tot yio3)pt mcisage and baggage delivery. Kingston, the tailor, ptione 1074. REX TRANSFER-Phono 670; office Kaako's Barber Shop; coal C. O, V. 273^ Phono 13S4 for 12-ln. dry BtbVe wood, delivered anyw;hore In the city, �3,00 per load C. O. D. Address IJox ri38 Lethbrldge.-- Warner, and . New Uavtou. ' a8i-y Xmas Cards and Calendars In great variety This season our stock ot Xmas Greeting Cards and Calendars is larger. The assortment is better and the prices lower than ever before. Come and look them over, We believe you will find evei-ythlng you want in this lino. The Cross Drug and Book Co*. Ltd* Phone 555 Third Ave. CITY AND DISTKICT Looking Over Investments Georgo J. Bryan, of Calgary, is in tho city today, looking over his holdings here. Mr. Douglas In City Howard Douglas, formerly superln-t�:ndent of the National Park, at Banff, is in tho city today from Edmonton. BEAR m 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 aaaortment to choose from. J. D. Higinbotham & Co.� Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Band Concert The City Band will give another con-cert in the Majestic Theatre on Sunday evening, when an excellent pro-granuno will bo rendered. Mall Deliveries Time cards, showing the various collection hours have been installed by tho post office department in thirty eight letter boxes, and eight parcel boxes throughout the city. Mr. Gillespie's Committee Rooms Joseph Gillespie has opened his committee rooms next to Wright's jewellery store, on Fifth street, where he will be found during the present municipal campaign. Health Lecture Tomorrow Dr. Lyman 1). Speiry, the noted health lecturer, ot Los Angeles, will give an interesting lecture in the Y. il. C. A. tomorrow, Saturday .evening, at 8 o'clock, and again on Sunday afternoon, at 4.15. I. O. O. F. Visitors Grand Master Alt. Brown, of the Oddfellows' Lodge, accompanied by 0. D. Weeks, of Cardston, arrived in the city this morning from Cardston, where they liave been visiting Oddfellows' lodges In the south. Got Off Easy Dennis A. Hayes appeared betore Judge Winter this morning on the charge of stealing a coat and cap, belonging to a prisoner in the police court recently. Hayes was allowed to go on suspended sentence on giving personal surety tor his good 'behavior in the sura of ?200. SOUTH eiCAN WANT THEIR OWN NAVY-HOW THE MONEY WOULD BE RAISED i sn ey AN EARTHQUAKE CITY ROCKED BUT NO DAfVIACE REPORTED-IT LASTED SIX SECONDS Vancouver, U.C., Nov, 21.-A dls. tlnct earthquake shock was folt here this evening, over a district of several miles, Just before five o'clock. The earth rockqd from one end ot the city to tho other. Tho shook wa.-j also experienced iu North Vancouver and in the adjoining municipalities. The duration was exactly six seconds and It appeared to bo travelling from north'to south. Two houses in tho Lynn Valley, on the north shore of Burrard (nlet were almost tumbled, and a child Bitting in a chair was violently thrown out. The motion was particularly felt by a man on top of the eighteen-storey Vancouver Block, being nearly' precipitate^- Into the Btreet below. No damage la reported. Cape Town, Nov. 32.-An article of considerable interest has appeared in the Volkestem on the subject of the South .Vfrican navy. In doalinK with the question doubt is expressed an, to wlictlier South Africa can aO'ord an increased expenditure. It is, however, argued that in the event of the, payment of an incrcaised sum being decided upon during the next session the policy ot the providing of a .South African navy for South Airica should be folloiml. The same paper considers that an expenditure of $5,000,000 per annum during a period ot ten years should be agreed to and that the money should be derived partly from the abolition of Imperial preference and partlv from a duty of 3 per cent, on (!;oods imported. Sterilisation of drinking water with ultra-vlolot rays avoids^ Uto flat taste ot boiled water. RAYMOND TEACHERS MEET Raymond, Alia., Nov. 21. - Tlio teaching .staff of Raymond pu' lie' , school met on \Ve;luesday afternoon ol | i this week in their regular teachers' (meeting, when interesting and in-, structive papers were read by two of | the staff. Miss Johnson took up "Language Work in the Lower Grades" and advised malsing lan-uage training in tho lower grades introductory to grani'mar in the higher grades. F. Speakman continued the discussion in an address on "The Tbaching of Grammar in Upper Grades." Ho showed the need for cntiiusiasin in the subject and for deliiiito aim in teaching it, and outlined a procedure IhrougH the dilTer-cnt grades. The next .meeting will ho h.old.on Dec. 18, when Miss Redd will aive � pauer on "Literature," Christmas, 1912 Will Soon Be With Us Wo are placing in our show rooms now sultablo gifts in furniture for tho Holiday trade-such as- '.Ibrary Tables, from $12.00 to $38.00. Arm Chairs, from $6.00 to $54.00 Reading Lamps, at $5.00. $5.50, $6.50, to $12.00. Music Cabinets, from $13.00 to $36.00. Jardlnler Stands, from $1.50 to $18,00, Brass goods of all Deacrlptlona. Art Pottery. Mako your aoloctlon early. By paying a small deposit wo will hold same nud guttrnutoc delivery, Docembor 24th. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 829 Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Choice Turnips, iOIbs for 10c Parsnips, 4niB. for......10c Potatoes, lOOtb, sack 8Sc. Apples, 4V4IbB. for......25o Malaga Grapes, per lb. ZOc. Two 3-tb tins new packed Tomatoes.............35o Swift's Silver Leaf: 3 lb tin .............. 65c. Ctb tin..............90c. ' 101b tin............$i.7s SPECIAL PRICE 20m. Sack of B. C. Sugar . ..r.T........ . .$1.25 The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllls PHONE 674 Severe Weatlier Coming. Be Prepared. HEATERS for all Buildings, from Cottage Rooms to Assembly Halls, Schools or Stops Fairy Oaks, Dandy Oaks, Oak Treasures, Home Oaks, Hot Blast, Imperial Oaks, Station Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER Sth ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDOe DO IT IN TIME We are Offering a Very Large and Attractive Assortment of, Cliristmas Presents and Want you to Inspect Same Before Buying. You'll Save, 25 per cent on the Cost You are Cordially Invited 32�-Ctli Street South Lethbi'i(l{^c Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather CARNEY'S BRICKLAYER CEMENT HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM In freezing weather this mortar is mlxotl one part Caraey'a Cement to two parts �and, and is Used as soon as mixed, Tbo mortar becomes as hard as paving brick, as frost has no ettect upon its quality. , . , Now used on all high clasa buildings. Endorsed by leading architects. , ' , Wo havo just unloaded a carload of Carney's Cement and oaa' fill ulJ oi'ders from Letljbridge stock. , ' J. B. Turney & Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 a_ndJ766_Lethbrldge. Alta. 1245.2nd Ave. B: ;