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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO AL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hold In Alberta fr The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel the Best and Most Convan lent Place to Stay Our Cooking Ranges Please Always We sell ranges which know are correct in every detail, ranges which cook perfectly, bake in most excellent manner and which use but quantity of fuel for the usual work. Those who contemplate purchasing should see our ranges. OUR WASCANA is .1 range which lias proven Its right 10 a foremost plnre jjinuiiK moderate priced rang- es. Tis specially suitable for small families or for kitchens where room is not plentiful. A genuine good value at. spe- cial..............Each S35.00 OUR HOMESTEAD We have placed u bis number of llii', miiH: and tln'V arc all Giving perfect service. This particular ranue is ahead of any price range on tlio mn'rket. Special Price OUR RIVAL This is made for those who demand an extra yrade range. "Klval" users are always -advertisers, be- cause cannot help speak- iiu: libotu its fine baking and cooking qualities, its beauti- ful finish and its ease of op- erating. ..Special Price MONARCH RANGES Are built of malleable, iroti and steel throughout. Built to Kive the .maximum service at all time.-, ami constructed so thai i( wi" Hiive 'ts cost in fuel In short time. to NEW EVAPORATED FRUITS AND GROCERIES Our Grocery Bulletin News Today is mostly about New Goods which are arrlvlna dally. This season's Evaporated Fruits have juit arrived, and the prices are very attractive. ........20c Choice Colon', per Ib.......................15c Kvaporatotl Apples, por 111.......... I-'riHws, In 10 Ib. bo.xos, per box Prunes, in Hi. C'UHOH per ctivic por Ib................. .20c Kvaporated Apricots, jw Hi................30c Seeded Hnisins. 2 pkts.....................25c Cleaned Currants, 2 pkta...................25c Brookfleld Pork Sausages, put up in Sanitary Package, per pkt. not delay in ordorlng your apples now, in doing so now you arc saving monoy, besides liavlne a better choice. 1'rico per SO Ib. ease. Choicest winter Xuw Hot House Toimitoos, and Cucumbers, ex- pected Saturday. CIMIW Fi'ull and Orni.Kcs. New Uruiiborrley, S for 0rapes, very choice, por basket.......85c .............................25c PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE RETAIL 525 WhokMle Dept. Cream 627. CITY AND DISTRICT Our guarantee with every stove and that puarantee says that It will give you perfect satisfaction in every respect. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Sdeclll Attention Mall Office Supplies A lance shipment of Filing Cabinets; Vertical Box Files anil Transfer Boxes. Get your Office Supplies at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY SLOCK riRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value Medicine lies equally between the punty and pow- of the drugs aiid the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly qf tlie highest class. Our training, and equinui-ent assure that all medicines will be com- pounded- rigat. Bring all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. KlfLEY, MANAGER. PHONE m MAKE WRITING PLEASANT H will be pleasant when you have good paper to write on. Paper that offers you iin inducement to Tvritc ant! paper of the right quality, texture and tint to carry your thought and express your personality. Writing Paper of this character can be supplied by us. It costs n0 more than inferior grades. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGI9TB SucceMora U 4 JACKSON, BLOCK. PHONE EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS MINING SUPPLIES GASOLINE LOCOMOTIVES. PIPE COVERING. HAILS. BOILERS. WIRE ROPE, PACKING. STEEL TIPPLES. FIRE BRICK. OILS. TRACK SCALES. STRUCTURAL STEEL. WASTE, Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. 124 SIXTH ST. S. The I'niti'd (.'umriiereial Travellers will nic'ct :u tlu- K. P. liiil! tonight. I Ml visiting travellers; arf invited toj I .1. Mclntosh has Iwn transfer-J red tu the branch of the j Canadian liank of Commerce. A. K. I from Portage Prairie, takes his place. The silt certificate1 scheme adver- tised by the J Inchon's Bay Co. ;1 few days aco, 'lafeen Hie popular fan- cy. The company have displayed ori-j j pnaliiy in devising the. idea which, j i to say the least, is unique. j R. II. Unylcs and K. L. JIathes of; C. l.owes Co.Js Calgary _ stafi, [are ir, the city us special agents of! j the site- of the shops, i They have placed a handsome paint-1 nit; in the window of the company's j tine new local offices. I St-amshtp travel from UiVhhridge: is very heavy these days. The local ticket office has sold fifteen j tickets to Old Country points during j itte ;iast few days, and expect the j i ravel to continue as heavy until ter Christmas. ah example of western sivcness the-congregation at Cu.iM u-ij held a ijanijuet lasi nighl under Uiu j auspices Of tlur Lsdii's1 Aid, ed the the debt on the church property. A party eifihi went out fnnn Lcthhridge. Dr. Wright, 01' 1'incher Creek, was jia thi' city yesterday attending the formal opening of new Fleet wood .school, li-o was in'.sch impressed with the m-w building, and expressed the opinion that ranks with 1he larger cities of the west in the matter of the school accommodation. In the district court yesterday he- fore Judge Winter, the appeal of Wooiey v. Turner was heard and ihuj conviction was quashed. This was aj case where the appellant hud been convicted of dealing, in real estate wiihoiu; a license, at M. lohnsione appeared for the appellant! mid Mr. .1. K. Palmer for the re- spondent. BUSINESS LOCALS Oxo demon st ration at The Ben'.ley Co., Limited. Order now and get proirrpt delivery on the. twelve-inch dry firewood. Beck- er Vales. Phmic 138-1. 2fifl-0 Don't leave mail too late ordering your Christmas greetings. Not miict time to spare IT you want to get your name and address printed aid olfice. Wide range to select fr0m. 2.7H-0 A lady demonstrator at The 3ent- Icy Co., Limited, will serve yon with HOTELMEN Supplies for yolir bar can be jjot from us Bar Spoons, 5 7 and 9 in. Bottle Caps in nickle Strainers, Shakers, Cork Pullers, Trays, Lemon Reamers, Decanters, Write us at once. AVe are prompt. We send samples so you can soft what you are buying. OUR wtNDows K1RKHAM BROS Phone 556 CITY AND DISTRICT iti, J.D.H1CINBPJHAM iCO. LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemists PRIVATE GKEETING CARDS e .show an oxccl- lent: line those. ;322 for a We have a system or se- lection that causes yon least worry and no loss of time. Remember the number, 322, at CITY AND DISTRICT Xeil .McMillan, ui Warner, is business visitor in the city today. A. JUelmif-s is a Uiirdeli visitor, in the city today. The Brotherhood uf Hallway Train-i men will hold their annual ball in the K. of P. hat! on -Ian. '2. Lnviiu-[ tfons will be issued after Dec. 1. j The linenven of the electric light j department are busy today connect- j lint; up the (tail, park lights and it'' H expected that the park will be lit or the first time next week. The L-Bthbridge Typographical Un- ion No. 55L will hold their regular meeting this in the Labor Temple at 7.'30. Nomination of offic- ers for the ensuing year will take ilacc. A. S. Karquharson, of the Waldorf Fernie, lias written the Chief! Police that William Hatt, for vhom information was asked throubh; he columns of the Herald, had work-j d for him, hut that the, young man died a couple of years ago at j Jlairmore.. j A look through the hoiel registers i ndicates that travel at the picsent j time in the history of the city. The I cirnc in tho history of the city. The other night one hotel was compelled to turn snvay forty patrons, and the' )uime tiling is more o'- less true of all' the hotels in the city. The need of I'i more hole! accommodation is hi-coiii-' ing very apparpnl, and .nn effort will j be made io get some company' build a'ge hostelry during the; year. Through an error in yesterday's is- sue the. name of the architects of the i new Fleet wood school was omitted j from the mention of the builders. H.j M. and W. A. Whiddiugton designed the balding and inspected the work, and at the opening yesterday many complimentary remarks were passed on the general plan 01 ihe structure. The r.Ian.s of the same firm of archi-j tect's for the projected manual train-j [ing school have also been accepted by the Hoard Confidence in the future of 'Leth-j bridge is making Itself manifest ing the past couple of weeks by an increased activity in the real estate world. The eye of ilie investor is turned on Lethbridge and all the real estate; firms have calls from inquirers. In today's issue Asquith have a full page Sunalta. There is a fueling of ex- pectancy abroad and Lethbridge is no Asquith and Lindsayj adveriisemenf. for! Amjnon Mercer, Fred Turner, and j doubt on the .eve of the greatest era dm. Cotley wore in the city yester- of progress and development in her [rom Magralh in connection with historv. 1S12 will he the best vet (he case of Wooley v. Turner in the District Court. Arthur agent of the Pacific Coast Steamship Com- cup of Oxo. It is delicious, whole- some, and refreshing. Remember the 0. F. dance iu Unity Hall, North I.rfhnridge, rn Wednesday evening, Nov. 2D2-4 Call (66, the Lethiridge MnnnRH Service for quick message >nd (ag? drli'ary. 327 liouqii St. 21D-I A new Watch Repairing shop ha pany, is spending a few days in the city on a v's't to local steamship agent'i at the C.P.R. depot. Tonight Prof. Alexander resumes his series with a lecture at the Y.M.C.A. hall, and will give his clos- ing lecture Monday oven ing on "How to read character by handshake, walk, way of wearing the hat, eyes, nose, mouth and chin, and at. the been opened on the north side at (dose will give a rather remarkable 1-117 1st Avo., N'. All kinds of ;tf character reading. He will pairing; including gramophone.'; and first Ulc faccs of tlltcc selected phonosranhs. Chris. Hanson. 201-2 j by the audience; tlien they can bUnd- Tlic Vouiig Laities' .Sodality of St. fold him and select three others, Patrick's church will hold .a social in [changing places in any way to try to the K. of P. Hall on Thursday, No-jfool him and while thus blindfolded vc'inhcr 37lh. The Ladies' 392-1 by simply examining the Aid of Church will hold their Annual per on Thursday 'evening, Nov. Place your orders ioc JM-n Christmas heads and not touching the faces, he looked at, and describe the new subjects. On Sunday lie will lecture twice io both ladies and gentlemen at Starland Theatre. The subject Nanton Conservatives will iiomin- a for the legislature Satur- day, Dec. 3. At the annual meeting the following officers were elected for ,lhe riding Pres., Dr. Keen, of Nan- ton Jsfc vice-pros., S. Cooper, of Stavely 2nd vice-pros., Mr. Kind, of Champion 3rd vice-pros., J. T. North, of Parkland; -Un vice-pros., If. Galbraith, of Vulcan sec'y.-treas. Dr. McKeagc, of Nanton Executive ATonkman, of Nanton Thos. and Mr. Childs, Stavcly A. E. Jones and CJ. B. Thomson, Parkland Dr. Urown and Charles .McLean, Champion L. V. Dawson and l-f. TJrnmmonri, Vulcan. MINERS ANNUAL BALL trees with The Bentley Co.. Limited, [at three p.m. will be "Tobacco and They have a car to arrive about Drc. j and in the evening hy request 5th. i np w'i" his most popular lecture The Ancient. Order of Foresters will ion "Love, Courtship, Marriage and Pincheer Creek. Nov. Tues- day night the usual fortnightly danco at the Beaver mines wag held In the new oiwra house about 71) being cnt. Excellent music was provided by the newly organized Beaver Mines orchestra, consisting of Ida day evening, Nov. 29th, Gaske.lTs cr- 'hestrti in attendance. Admisfiion. gi'ii- jleincn, ladins frrc. The United Commercial Travellers Smith pianist, and Messrs. ,T. Ircaori and Brown, violinists. Wilfred Garr- cmi carried out biB duties an floor ininager In a very satisfactory man- divorce." There wil'l'be no At a11 adjonrnrocnt. fee charged Sunday, but a made to, town where tlie -tablet were laid and supper provided by E. Ballnnlyne. Thu menu wag such reflects great credit upon his catering. Dancing was ibon renewed lection will be taken. Mrs. CARD OF THANKS itic'Callum and family vill meet at the K. of P. Hall to express apprcci- iRlil. All vlsitini! travellers in-jation of the kiniiness accorded vited. tbsic fr.ietlds in .their recent hour and kept up with energy until three o'clock In the morning, when the party riiapnrBed, all feeling they had had a iowl The Bentiey Go'y. Ltd. Dainty Evening Gowns A New Feature in our .Ready to Wear Dresses lor Dances. A pretty Marquisette Dress, beautifully em- broidci'od, with a touch of pink on waist Ijiuid and yoke PinU Satin, with cream over drape, elaborate floral design, white fringo and girdle Cream Satin Ninon over drape, with jet trimmed kimona sleeves Several other styles. Evening; Cloaks, coronation blue, with Orien- tal trimming on collar, and fancy huttons, price FURS Mink Sets, Russian Pony, Hudson Seal, As- traclian, Mink Manuot Mnskrat Coats Seal Plush Coals, roll collar........... Look Look Look HAYll'S IIAKDWAKE SALE Draws the Crowds SKATES SKATES SKATES Bobs Coal Oil, per gal. Clothes Pines, 6 doz. for .25c China Tea Pots ..At Cost Price Stove Pipes, 2 for Elbows, 2 for .40c Cook Stoves Heaters, at........ Old. Dutch Cleanser, 3 for .25c Sad Irons, Mrs. Potts iet IIUEKY I-IURKY HURRY You'll be dull and sorry if you miss these BARGAINS Phono ftrthur Hayp ASSIGNEE 510 3rd Avenue South. STEPHENS PAINTS t a gallon. P. O. Box 127 A SWE-STLV PER- PLEXING QUESTION presents itself u'llen the lover of all that's pure ;tud good in FINEST CONFECTIONERY finds herself before our'stock of palate-tickling Chocolates, Cara- mels, Nougat, etc. Only one out _ jo test a different Itlntl each time you foiiy. Thus selling for good lhat OURS ra the most satisfying sweetness in the world. RQCHOIS1 BROS. QUAKER BREAD The crust is a rich brown; The crumb like unsweetened Angel Food. away from the kitchen for thu summer monthi at Your family will appreciate Quaker Bread. Phone 1027. GILMORE 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 ST. AND 4TH LETHBMIDQK. ;