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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta MtC TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Day HoMI III LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOGi The Dallas Hotel U the Best and Conven- ient Place to Stay about them. We want you to try one. Why not? CW.GRAY "The Store That SavesYou Money" XMAS IN LESS THAN FIVE WEEKS lanitlons this year with all the, different varieties of goods for pound, 50 cents. NOTE THESE FOUR WEEK END VALENCIA OR SPANISH six NO. 1, WASHINGTON APPLES, such varleile. as Winter g All extra fine slock, Five pounas lor MONTANA SNOW APPLES, a few cases at Or Eight pounds for 25c. CAPE COD CRANBERRIES, Only five barrels, at 2 pounds for ............CJ.'-ru TRY US FOR QUALITY AND QUANTITY. YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SERVICE. 25 CENTS For Bargains in BOOKS and STATIONERY 3ee our West Window ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door West cf Union Bank Asjents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Lilac Sweet Perfume There is no perfume made that "has better lasting qualities, delicacy of odor and so universally popular as LILAC SWEET PEE OZ., AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SICK ROOM NEEDS Wait! helps that we carry. Air cushions, bedside rubber douche pans, rubber sheeting, feeding cups, thermometers, icesaps, bandages, etc. And many other useful and necessary helps to lighten your ears and the convenience of the patient. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY __PHONES_ HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept 1271. CITY AND DISTRICT 43 40 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy. Battleford, clear Swift Current, clear Regina, clear...... CMinnedosa, clear Port Arthur, cloudy Calsary, clear Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, cloudy. Moose .Jaw, clear Qu'Appclle, clear Winnipeg, fair Kamloops, cloudy Pentlcton, cloudy Nelson.......... Grand Forks.......- The weather the prairie provinces has been fair and mild, but during the night has turned colder in Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Fail and moderately cold. Sunday, fair with stationary or a little 'higher tern- perature. today and on Sunday not much change In temperature. 40 35 30 40 40 44 26 41 44 34 42 52 46 41 23 24 10 20 10 16 2G 24 20 12 IS 14 20 32 36 34 Horse Blankets For the next 30 clay a we will offer liorso blankets at greatly reduced prices. THIS 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 CITY AND DISTRICT St. Andrew's Church Rev A C. Bryan's subjects for to morrow are: Morning, "Is God th God of the and Eas of Ephesus." St. Andrew's Sunda' school is practising for a Christina cantata, which will be put on 01 Christmas .night. Will Advertise Convention The Board of Trade will ask th postal department to allow a stam bearing the name of the Western Ca iiada Irrigation association and. th date of their convention here, nei August to be used on the stampin machine in the local office, instead o the stamp bearing the name and dat of the Dry-Farming Congress. After Cheap Gowns The telephone at nylands Co was kept ringing steadily this mor ing by women calling for the ba gains enumerated in the ad. in la night's paper, invariably including th flannelette gowns, 'which were quote at 20 cents. This, however, was a error, and should have read f Toe. A Preacher Worth Hearing Rev. James Woodsworth, of Winn pes, is in the city, and tomorrow w preach at both services In Westmi s'ter Methodist Church. Mr. Wool worth is the superintendent of t "All Peoples'" mission in Winnipe which is, perhaps, the most cosmopo tan work of the kind in Canada. He ministers to people of many tongues and the work combines in a peculiar degree all the complex problems of the home and foreign missionary. He is an expert student of institutional work, and is making a wonderful suc- cess of the task confronting him in the "Gateway" city. Mr. Woods- worth is a man of engaging person ality and all who can should make It a point to 'hear him. Tomorrow will be recognized at Westminster church as missionary anniversary. Christmas Announce- ment OUR LARGE 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 10 oi' this is- sue. The RecTCross Drug .A and Book Ltd, Phono 555 Third Ave. A Clean Sheet There was a clean docket at po- lice court this morning, the first for several 'weeks. The VlaVI Company The Lethbridge Viavi Co. has open- ed offlcos at 410. Twelfth street A South, with Miss E. 3. cook, manager. Mr. Watson's Subject Rev. A. C. Watson will preach on "Man and Machinery" at the evening service In the Morris Theatre tomor- row. BEAR MIND! IF YOU WANT T.HE FOLKS IN THE HOMELAND TO RE- CEIVE YOUR GREETING AND CHRISTMAS CARDS THAT NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT. A bewildering assortment to choose from. J. D; Higipbbtham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Christmas, 1912 Wilt Soon Be With Us Wo aro placing In our show rooms now suitable gifts In fur- niture for lllo Holiday trade such Library' Tables, from to Arm Chairs, from to ?54.00 Reading Lamps, at to Music Cabinets, from to Jardlnler Stands, from to Brass goods of all Descriptions. Art Pottery. Make your selection early. By paying a. small deposit wo will hold same and guarantee delivery, December 24th. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 62J Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Kentish Men Meet The Kentish Men's association held very enjoyable meeting last night ben work for the winter was pinn- ed. Municipal Candidates Busy The various municipal candidates re warming up at last By the end f another week, the excitement will e at fever heat. The mayoralty con- cst particularly will be a sizzler. Two 3-1tj tins new packed Swift's Silver Leaf: 3Iti tin .......___... 55c. Bib tin............... 90c. 101U tlu............. Choice Turnips; lOibs for 10c Parsnips, for...... 10c Potatoes, 1001b. sack 85c. Apples, 4K.lbs. for......25o Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c. SPECIAL PRICE Sack of B.C. Sugar The Premium Grocery St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllls PHONE 874 OUR HOT WATER BOTTLES ARE GUARANTEED They are made of the best three sizes, one, two and three Every.bottle is guaranteed for two years. Let us show them to you. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 BIISINESSLOCALS WHIST Mary's Men's Society arc holding their third big whist drive and social on Tuesday, November M, in Unity Hall, com- mencing, 7.30 P.m. Splendid prizes excellent entertainment and plenty of good refreshments. Ladles free, gen- tlemen ?1.00. :91 phone 666 tne Messenger tor nro-npt message and baggage delivery. i thn tailor, phune 1074. REX 670; juice Kaake's Barber Shop; coal G. CITY AND DISTRICT Stokeley Petition Several hundred names have so far been attached to the petition praying the Minister of Justice to grant a NEW trial to EJWard Stokeley, the Warner murderer. To Succeed Mr. Bryans Nanton News: At a congregational meeting in St. Andrew's hall last Sun. day evening, it was, decided to extoud a call lo Rev. Andrew Bat- tleford, Sask., to tho pastorate of the united Presbyterian and Methodist congregation- here. Dr. Thompson Hustling Dr. Thompson is out in earnest to apture a seat on the School Board. 'he doctor's many friends are work- ng hard in his behalf at present. North Lethbridge Ratepayers North Lethbriclge ratepayers 'will hold their next meeting in Kennedy's fall on Tuesday evening, at eight o'- clock. Ispecting the Battery Lieutenant Brown and Master Gun- ner Kurd, of Kingston, Out, ere in the city on the annual inspection of Oie equipment of the 25th Battery. To Lecture at Y. M. C. A. Dr. Lyman L. Perry will deliver a free lecture at the Y. M. C. A. tonight for men and women, and another at four o'clock tomorrow afternoon for men, only. Army Services Sunday The Salvation Army hand will con- duct special musical services tomor- row in the Bijou Theatre, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. There will also be a special open air service in the after- noon. Mr. Gillespie Is Mum Joseph Olllesplo is still 'mum on his civic platform. When asked by the Herald today, if he had anything to, say, the former Chief of Police replied "I am not yet ready to announce any- thing for publication. A Handsome Font Work has been completed by Wil- liam Cockerill on the handsome, new baptismal font for the new St. Barnabas Church, Medicine Hat, which is to be presented by the local branch of the Sons of England. It is of the finest stone and handsomely carved. There are eight pannells With dove and cross cut in the stone Severe Weather Coming. Be Pre- pared. HEATERS for all Buildings, from Cottage Rooms to Assembly Halls, Schools or Shops Fairy Oaks, Dandy Oaks, Oak Treasures, Home Oaks, Hot Blast, Imperial Oaks, Station Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE "Ralph Connor's new .book, "Cor- poral can now be secured at Robertson's Book store. Price This is a good story. V a load for 12-in. stove wooil delivered anywhere In the city. Becker Yalcs. 'phono 13S4; Box 53S Yards at Warner Jind New Dayton. Present your piano cheques at the Mason lllsoh, Ltd.. l.eth- Band Concert Sunday Thena will be-a concert by the City Band on Sunday evening, at 8.45, In the Majestic Theatre. The following programme has been arranged: Salutation. "God Save the march, "HI Henry's 0. E. Farrar; "concert valse, "Ensueno Se-: Rosas; overture, "Poet and Peasant" P. von intermezzo, oelection, W. Morse; habanera, "Mex- ican C. J. Roberts; overture, in- Melodies." E. N, Catlln: march, "The Sailor B. H. cell (manager Symphony Cllno, director. l SHIWtt CURES COUGHS Electrical Classes The Y. M. C. A. electrical classes got off to a good start last night ai their organization meeting in the "V auditorium. The following officers were clejled: Honorary .president, Su perintendent A. Reid; president, J. H MacDonncll; vic-e-president, H. B. Me Elyea; secretary, J. W. Reid; treas nrer, W. Symoiuls. The rcgula meeting will be held In the Y. M. C A on Friday, November 29. Bverj one Interested In electrical subjccti Is cordially invited to attend the meet- ings. TO HELP OUT FARMERS Ottawa, Nov. proposal has been advocated by western farmers that the .banks be given pow- er, io loai, mosey wheat before it reaches the elevators, is supported by 1. A. M. AlkellB, M.P. for Brandon, who has given notice of a bill amend. Ing Uie Banking Act to this effect. Mr. Aikens has not Included cattle in his statement, as ho feels that they can hardly bo regarded as stable security as storf-il In era' warehouses. The mover regards his plan as one that will help to solve the yearly rush of grain lo tlio market Col. A. C. Kommls of I'lncher Creek denies that his brother, John Kommls I M.P.I1., is retiring from politics. V DO IT IN TIME We, are Offering a Very Large and Attractive Assortment of Ckristmas Pr e s e n ts and Want you to Inspect Same Be- fore Buying. U Save 25 per cent on tlie Cost You are Cordially Invited Street South Leth'bi'idge Brick Mortar for Freezing Weather BRICKLAYER CEMENT i 'wither this mortar is mixed one. part Carney's In freezing weair, M 300n na .Cement. to hard as paving bricli, as frost has no effect upon its quality. buildings. Endorsed by leading Now used on an "iu" n Mil-load of Carney's Cement and can Uthbrldsc stock. n J. B. Turney Company D JOBBERS ;