Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO AL TRAINS Hotel Windsor B.it a Day Hotel !n Alberta v The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Tin- Dallas Hotel the Beat and Motl Convtfl- lent Pilot to Slay Our Cooking Ranges Please Always We sell ranges Avhicli we know :ire correct in every detail, ranges which rook perfectly, bake in most excellenf manner and which use but a small quantHy I'lifl for (he usual work. Those Avho .should see mir ranges. OUR WASCANA is a ninpe which 1ms proven its right to R forrniost place among moderare priced rang- es. 'Tie Kjifrially siiitnblo fur small families or Tor kitchens where room is not plentiful. A genuine good value .it, spe- cial, .............Each S35.00 OUR HOMESTEAD We have placed a MR mmib-er Ol' ihis ranee and they are all giving perfect service. This particular range Is aliend of any equal price range on the market. Special Price OUR RIVAL This rniure is made for those whn demand an extra hish in-adt' "Rival" users are :iUvays soofl ndvcritsers. lie- rannot help speak- ing ahom its fine baking and cooking Dualities, its beauti- ful finish and Its ease of op- erating. ..Special Price MONARCH RANGES Are built of malleable iron mid steel thro'i'liouL Built 10 give maximum service at all times, and constructed so tliat ii will save Its cost in fuel in short time. S75 to Our guarantee noes with every stove and that guarantee says that It will give you perfect satisfaction in every respect. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Wn Olvn speclil Attention f. O. tox Mill Office Supplies A large shipment of Piling- Cabinets; Vertical Box .Files and Transfer Boxes. Get your Office Supplies at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 11W, AGENTS EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER! The V.alue of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The rniue of Medicine Has equAllv between the purity tnd poll- tr of tile drugs and the method and rainner o' their compounding. The drtiss we offer are Btrictly of the highest class. Our training, txperience and equipment assure that all medicine! will be com- pounded rignc. Brint all four prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALKTS. A. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 ANY OTHER WOMAN If any other woman can have a good complexion, why not you A good complexion and a perfect akin, means simply a judicious use bC ITALIAN CREAM A cresm of peculiar excellence which renders the. shin soft and velvety; while at the same time ridding you of unsightly blotches and skin imperfections. 25c a Bottle JACKSON COPE PREtCRIPTION Bucc.M.n u JOHNCTON JACKSON. IHEKLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1212. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS NEW EVAPORATED FRUITS AND GROCERIES Our Grocery Bulletin Newc Today is m'ostty abou t New which are arrjvlno daily. This sciifon's Evaporated Fruits have just arrived and the prices are very attractive. Evaporated Apples, per IM'iii'A'd. In 10 Ib. boxes, per box Prunes, in 25 Ib, cases per case Evaporated Pe-.u'lirs. per .................20c Kvapoi'isU'd Apricots, per Ib...............'.30c St'piled Ua'iSins, 2 j.kts.....................25c Cleaned Currants. '2 Choice Colcry, per Ib.......................15c Xinv Hot House Tomatoes, and Cucumbers, ox- pcctcil Sftturdny. New Gmiw J'ruit and Oruiifi'os. .Vow Cranberries, S Ibs. New Crapes, very choice, por basket .......85c BrooUfield Pork Sausages, put up in Sanitary Package, per pkt...................................25c not delay" in ordering your apples now. in doing so now yon nre saving money, besides huviiiK :i better choice. I'rieu nor 50 Ib. case. Choicest varioiy PHONES: Grocery Dcpt. 525. Wholesale Dcpt. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. let Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER i U'imiipi's, Nov. ai.-l-'iiw weather lias liven g.-ncnil ovi-r I ho prairie provinces m ManiUilia and Knslern .Saskatchewan i' has brrn cool it lias hei'ii niihliT uuUu-i- west, es- pecially in Alberta. lOilmonton. fair 12 30 Calgary, dear -H 15 Lethbridge, fair I 31 Medicine Hat, cloudy 3S IS Winnipeg, cloudy 12 lu Port Arthur, iair IS 4 FORECAST All Kino and comparatively miid. CITY AND DISTRICT HOTELMEN Supplies for your bur can bo got from us Bar Spoons, 5 7 and 9 in. Bottle Caps in nickle Strainers, Shakers, Cork Pullers, Trays, Lsrnon Reamers, Decanters, Write us :it once. We arc prompt. We send samples so you can see what you are buying. CITY AND DISTRICT The sk'atn digger has di.scou tinned it-a operation for HIP winter, owiiic; to the hard oi the ground oc- casioned by tlu' recent frosts. It is not expected tlmt liie work will be resumed again until (he spring. The movement oi from I he south has mure regaim-il its nor- mal voliinu1, and many cars are luring ck-ared through the railway yards i here daily. The total wheat shipped from the Card-ston branch to date is j several hundred thousand bushels in excess of last year's total output. the SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS Phone W. Simpson, of Frank, has left for Europe on a trip. A. Clemens, of Milk' River, is in the city today on business matters. The route of the C.X.U. into Piiich- r Creek has been approved. The Taber Times states that 500 liners are required in that town. Taber is crowing.- -The- census, fig- ires makes it the largest town in Al- jcrta. H. Gordon, C.P.R. bridge engi- neer oi Medicine Hat, is in the city oday- One lone drnuk made his initial bow it police court this morning, but on iromisiiig to go to work in the mines ie was allowed to so. There will be a meeting Of the par- ishioners of St. Patrick's church at the Separate school hall this evening at eight o'clock. J of Newman, III., is visit- ing liis hrother. fie ts quite taken with Lethbridge' and sees in it making Of a large city. The C. P. R: has-bought land" from T. H. Scott, five miles east oi Pinch- er Station, with view to putting in a siding for the convenience pf farm- ers. Fred Smith, of Sheridan, Mont., arrived in the city from the south last night, and is spending a few days looking over the Lethtmdge dis- trict, Mr. and Mrs. B. B McCarly are xpceteri back from Oranbrook, B.C., on Monday. On iiis return here Mr. rlcCarty will spend a few days on lusineES before returning to the east or the winter. George Brady, of 'Iron Springs, is i the city today, and states that since the weather moderated the far- iers in his district are busy Hiresh- ig. A few days more, and all the rain in the Iron Springs district jwiil be saved. G. A. .Sanderson has purchased Mr. Latimer's interest in the hardware and MmwbinE business opened up 23-Fort ,.l> i -.t i am first point in what 'pi-afti- some months ago by Messrs. to R ]ong with p mer tnd llartt on 13ih X. The n. for tnat advantage which the loca- firm is now known as Sanderson and lion of this city ou the haaU of the HarU. I great lafces entitles it to. The railway committee of the Board of Trade had appealed to the Railway Commission, asking Tor removal of alleged iuunii- tious switching charges imposed by C. P. railway. The company put up a brave front but when it came io a show down they asked thai, the illWlTED Family Dlipcnilng Harmony, of Boston Glycerine Rose Soap lias no'equal, There are many imitations .of this splendid soap, but they tbe gen- uine merita--pf REXALLSOAP "Beware; o? This is of.warning to you. -The genuine Is an 8, oz. cakia of PUlliS soap for 3 for FORT WILLIAM WORSTING C.P.R. PHONE SERVICE MUCH IMPROVED LONG DISTANCE WORK WILL BE ING THE CONGRESS As a result of the agitation which vas started some time ago for a bet- crmeiit of the telephone service in he city, thti authorities have had a ew toil board .installed for handling he long distance Calls. It was ea- Jained at last-night's meeting of tli loard oi Trade council that instead f six positions on the toll board hero are now thirty, with the result hat long distance calls will now be an died much more rapidly. The long delayed telephone direc- pry, which has been the cause Oi ti -dissatisfaction among the siib- cribers-will.be at hand within aitw ays. A telegram was read from the )eputy Minister of Public Works to :ie effect that the final edition was ow in the hands of the printers and be out in ten days. The rle- artmetit is also considering the siig- estion oi the board that a separate rectory forrl.ethbridge be placed in ie hands of the subscribers. The postmaster general's rtepart- eTifc at Ottawa wrote, stating that icy wore considering the advisability placing in use in the Lethbridge ffice a cancellation stamp for all rs bearing the inscription, "Leili- Dry Farming Congress, here seems to be little doubt that ie icfpicst of the Hoard in this re- icct will be granted, and Lethbrtdgei ill reap a large measure of excel-! nt publicity therefrom1. -Secreiary M.inwaring rncrived in- rur.tions to have printed IQiOflOcop- s of leaflets showing the prizes won. Alberta at the Dry Farming Con- ess at Colorado'Springs this, year, ii'sc will he sent out like the other oard of Trad" publications as a alter of publicity. BUSINESS LOCALS MINING SUPPLIES GASOLINE LOCOMOTIVES. PIPE COVERING. RAILS. 10ILERS. WIRE ROPE. PACKING. STEEL TIPPLES. FIRE BRICK. OILS. TRACK SCALaS. STRUCTURAL STEEL. WASTE. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, Order now and get pronfpt delivery on the twelve-inch dry firewood, Beck- er -S; Vales. Phone 2ti9-o Don't- le-.ivu until loo lati; ordering your Christmas gri'utiags. Not mticb t chargen by Teduced from five to two limn to .spare if yon want lo get j dollars, and on refiibal of the board your name and address prialrd 'on atibmit to This and gave an intima- thcin. Sftcurc them now at the Her- tfon llmt 'tha fiummisslon' would set- aid office. Wi.ie range to select frnni. (he matter once for C' 279-0 lnen io wlt-hdraw the Ijifli.-s' Aid of church i' matter to be strenuously will hold n bazaar Wcdnrsday, Xov. ifi frw for wostern 29th. cooking, candy, houncB in' freight sheds fancy gnod.'-, elc. Please keep this Here, local flrniH have to pay o'atr open. '.100-2; tbe storage if goods lie a week. The 'United (VojiimrrcJal Travel-! Victory is predicted for this appctil UTS will meet at the K. of P. the company nees lhat the city night. All travel-i means business. i Ifrs afc iiivitcrl to nttcmi. SIXTH ST. S. fiC6. the Lulhiinilpe MessmRpr [SENDING MONEY TO Service for quick message and bag- j THE MISSIONARIES gage dflivery. Office 3'J7 Hound St.. j Toront, Xov. an emergency of the .Methodisi Missionary Hogiilnr Hop of Urn Friday Kvcn- j IJo.itJ Rev, I-'gerton Shore, ine; Chib this evening wiis'rtiithorixcd to wire the K. of P. Hull. Ua.skcII's orchos- funds to Shanghai, for the MotiiortiM tra. 200-1 wnr'tcrs who rcnchcd there on Tties- A new Watfli ftcpairing has j ,r hern opened on flu- mirth side at' Kunds arc -seni (o He H. snd Moose Have Come Here to Stay (Continued from front page) 1117 Isl N. 'AH kinds of re- pairing, including (jramonlumos and X'hris. llanion. 391-1 mid Misx to come home furlough. Special Feature hhridse Jloqse will meet for the present each Thursday evening Ihe OddfoHowa hall. Kntortaliunent and social fnnctlona wHh the aim to ce- ment the friendship of Moosedom will ho fostered. Ball Month The fir.s-t social function to he held hero will take placo some lime next roontU In Ihe nature of a grand hull. A committee was told off lasl. night lo work on Ihe affair and Iho Jlnofe promise to show Lelhhrldge some- thing classical and unique when the ball comea off. Moose in Alberta .It is pleasing, lo Lethbridge Moose to .knovv" that besides the groat pop- .ulsrlty that the order onjoya in the i United Stales, It. is also nov: one of the first In Calgary, Edmonton, .Moose Jaw and.other western cities. ;ll Is'Jiml being Introduced Into f'nn- adn and promlst's to among, the loading societies of Hie west in phen- omenally short time. It, Is a young and vigorous and huik the rlghl lines and Is hound to grow. "Iliwdy Ihe glad hind Is extended to you In The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Dainty Evening Gowns A New Feature in osir Keiidy lo Wear Dept. Urftsses-J'or Dsniccs. A pretty Marquisette Dress, beautifully em- broidered, with a toucli of pink on waist Land and voice Pink'Siifin, with eronm over drape, elaborate floral design, white fringe and girdle Cream Satin Ninon- over drape, with jet trim] nod kiniona sleeves Several oilier styles. Evening' Cloaks, coronation hi ne, with Orien- tal trimming on collar, and fancy billions, 530 FURS Mink Sets, Russian Pony, Hudson Seal, As- trakhan, Mink Marmot Muskrat Coals Seal Plush Coats, roll collar Look Look Look HAYIt'S HABDWABE SALE Still Draws the Crowds SKATES SKATES SKATES Bobs Coal Oil, per gal. Clothes Pines, 6 dm. for ,.2Sc China Tea Pots ..At Cost Price Stove Pipes, 2 for ...-.-----25c Elbows, 2 for :...........40c 4-Hole Cook Stoves Heaten, at...........-----J4.95 Old Dutch Cleanier, 3 for .25c Sid Irons, Mn. Pottt .11.25 let HURRY HURRY HURRY You'll be dull and sorry if you miss these BARGAINS Phone 575 Arthur Hayr 510 3rd Avsnue South. STEPHENS PAINTS 4 a gallon. P. O. Box A" SWEETLY PER- PLEXING QUESTION presents itself Then the lover ot all that's pure and good In FINEST CONFECTIONERY finds herself before our stock oE palate-tickling Chocolates, Cara- mels, NoilEUt, etc. Only one wny out to test a different Itind each time you 'buy. Thus selling for good that OUHS fa the most satisfying sweetness.in Iho world. ROCHON" BROS. QUAKER BREAD Isn't it nice Yon cat it once. You want it twice. is the use of spending half a day in a hot kitchen'whan Quaker Bread Is so handy? Phone 1027 and find oat bow rood it ia. THE BAKER GILMORE H10 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 ITH AND 4TM I.ETHIHIOOI.