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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL Hotel Windsor j'Diy Holil In Albtrti LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f IN The Dallas Hotel It th. ind Molt CMVM- lent to atiy DO NOT BUY CHEAP APPLES THEY ARE DEAR AT ANY PRICE AND YOU WILL 5E SORRY >F vnu SET ANY We sold all tho Apples wo had tho last week at iior case ami wcro glad to yet that much for tht'in. Uond Applos of the best arc cheap at and per case. In the last two weeks WK have sold over 500 cases of thww winter apples and every customer was pleased with their purchase. Wo still Imvo over MiO cases of these line apples. Have a look :it these before placing your order. B. C. GRANULATED SUGAR, regular price per 20fb New fruits ,peel, nuts, etc.. arriving daily. See our Xmas assortment. AM lines ar complete and fresh. v THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. YVEATIIKK many curtains, blinds, pictures aud a thousand a'EHl one other things around your home need at- tention that would be taken care ot if you had a step ladder. Ours are strong, serviceable and solid and still light in weight. CW.Gray "The store that saves you money" Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Swift Current, clear 35 38 40 39 .01 Corporal Cameron Ralph Connor's New Book PRICE "ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Block 1st Door West cf Union Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies XMAS CARDS AVo are showing a great assortment of Xmas cards. Thous- ands to choose from .and the good ones are going fast. Now is the time to select at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. 30 12 45 36 3S1 2'1 43 10 .04 13 20 40 20 311 10 .OG SG IS 20 20 44 34 .06 cooler in Hegiaa, cluar Minnedosa, clear Port Arthur, (air Kelson Grand Forks Calgary, fair Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, cleai moose .law, clear Qu'Appelle, clear Winnipeg, cleM Kamloops, cloudy The weather has been Manitoba anil eastern Saskatchewan, but farther west it has continued fine and mild. FORECAST: All and moderately cold todav and on Tues- day. CITY AND DISTRICT Male Choir Tonight The Excelsior Male Choir will meet for rehearsal this evening at eight o'- clock in St. Andrew's Church. North Lethbridge Ratepayers North Lethbridge ratepayers will hold a meeting in Kennedy's Hall, to- morrow evening, at eight o'clock, at ivhich the mayoralty candidates are expected to be present. CITY AND DISTRICT j] On An Official Visit I W. R. Pearce, who is connected with the construction department of the j berta government telephone system, is in the city today making an official j visit. I OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Our 'Phone WorL USE IT When in doubt or distress, when worried or when you want something, depend upon our drug store to supply your wants. We will do it quite promptly and satisfactorily. The prices will please are sure of that. No unnecessary delays here- Our service is as careful, prom pi, and efficient as you could desire. JACKSON CO. Business Change at Barons The Barons mercantile companyp known as the "Big has dis- solved, and the business has been tak- en over by A. D. Gumming au-d H. I. Planting. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK PHONE 1232 Horse Blankets Eov the next 30 days we will offer horse blankets at greatly reduced prices. THIS SALE IS GENUINE DON'T MISS IT The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Successors to Ths Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Lethbridge Hotel TOOTH BRUSH COMFORT We have just received a complete range of The Kleanwell Tooth Bruskes The brush that holds the brlstlos.- Knob brush is in a senlctl box. IE you want tooth brush comfort look over our large stock und select a brush to suit you. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing Chemists Phone M87 i The Police Court Only one drunk was slated for po- lice court this morning. He -failed to j appear, and six dollars' worth of bail j was estrated. A theft case was en-j largest until tomorrow mornins- :j New Manager Arrives j A. H. Nicol, manager ot the H. G. Dim agency, here, leaves tomorrow morning for Moose Jaw. He is suc- ceeded by A. E. Rose, of Calgary, who has already arrived in the city to as- sume his new duties. Are Feeiinn Happy Mr, and Mrs. A. Hoer, 457 Twen- tieth street North, are rejoicing in the arrival of a baby .boy. They hope to make him a "booster" for (HO, Mr. Hoer's homestead district. New Choir Leader Mr. George Mitfcrd Ins been ap- pointed leader of the First' Baptist Church choir, and given scope to make the music fit-in to and add to the at- tractiveness of Rev. ..Mr. Watson's downtown work. Leather Goods ana Indian Work Our Display is Large. Our Assortment is Good Our Prices are Right These lines make very at- tractive Xmas Gifts they are useful as well as orna- mental-and are all souvenirs 01 Lethbridge .and another advantage is they are very easy to forward by mail. The Red Gross Drug and Protid Lethbridge? Show "your pride by send- ing your' friends Lethbridge Calendars pictures of Gait Gardens. We have them in large variety. J. D. Higinboiham Co., Ltd. More Threshing Yei E. N. Barker, of CardHton, who was in the city today, stated that there is still 30 per cent, of the threshing to be done in the foothills country. Mr. Barker locks for a continuance of this fine weather for some time yet. TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Second License at Carmangay The license commissioners tor the I province siit at Carmangay on Friday, and heard a lot, of evidence us to tho; granting of a license to the Victoria House. The town is fairly 'welJ dlv-j idcd on the question, and n lot of evi- dence as to population was taken. Mr. A. B. Hogg, of Carmangay, ap- peared for those oppcsing the second license, and W. M. Campbell, of Mac- leod appeared for Mr. McDonald. The commission at one time granted a li- cense, but there was a groat outcry, owing to the belief ill at. the town docs contain anywhere near a stiff i- c itr.L number of people to wamnt the granting of the license. Decision was reserved. WHIST Mary's Men's Society are holding their third big whist drive and social on Tuesday, November 20, Hi Unity Hall, com- mencing, 7.30 p.m. Splendid prize: excellent entertainment and plenty of good refreshments. Ladies free, gen. tlemen SI. 00. 291 -1 phone CGC tne Messenger for prompt message and baggage delivery. Kingston, thu tailor, plume 107-1. REX G70; otllce Knako's Barber Shop; coal C. 0. D. 0 Ralph Connor's new book, "Cor- poral can now bo secured at Robertson's Hook store. Price This is a good story. 2! a load Tor 12-in. dry stove wood, delivered anywhere in the city. Becker 'phone 13S4; Box 03S Lethbridge. Yards at Warner and New Daytou. 293-7-0 your piano cheques Rest on Sunday Rev. C. H. Hucstis; secretary for Al- berta of the Lord's Day Alliance, oc-j cupied the pulpit In Wesley Church i last night, and spoke on the obstv- Jvaiice of tho Sabbath us a day of' rest.' Mr. Hucstis took a very broad vitw, j and said that it was necessary that people should rest, one day in seven, If only from a physical standpoint. Various forms of (It-generation, ac- cording to the speaker, creep into mat, uiivamuK v...... IKft of man on account of this lack ofiplotcd along the Cnrmangay line, bul Sunday observance" us a day of rest Big Sale of Lots Mitford Co. report that 430 lots, were sold in Dominion Square last i week, nearly all to outside parties. This subdivision is pro.ving very at- tractive, and prices have 'advanced rapidly. The sales last week were close to the mark. A. F. and A. M. Attention All members of North Star Lodge No. 4, Lethbridgo Lodge, No. 39, Char- ity Lodge, U.D., itud visiting brethren are requested to meet at the lodge room 011 Tuesday, November at 1.30 p.m., lo attend tho funeral ol" Brother John H. Cheney. "The Sons ot Jove" J. II. iMaedonnell tiud W. L. McKen- zie returned yesterday -from Calgary, where they had attended the installa- tion ot tlie Calgary lodge of the "Sons of Jove." Both these genii t men join- the order, and Mr. Mncdonuell was made statesman for the Lethbridge district. A lodge of tho order will be Instituted here without delay, in connection with the electrical classes, and a team from-Calgary will visit Lethbridge to put on the installation degrees. There are only two lodges of the order, in Canada, one at Winnipeg attd the newly-formed lodge at Cal- gary- That to be formed in bethbridge will be the 'third. The order is opeu only to electricians. Health Lecture Dr. Lyman B. Sperry, of LOE An- geles, well known in Y. M. C. A. cir- cles, gave two interesting tnlks on health in tho Y. M. C. A., one last Sat- urday evening, and another yesterday afternoon. Dr. Sperry deserved much larger audiences to hear his ideas on the health question, which were jmt in such a 'way as to command imme- diate attention from his hearers. The noted speaker dealt with the question of .segregation, which, he claimed could 'oe stamped out in time through the work of Christianity and educa- tion. Dr. remarks were cut and broad in their scope. His re- putation as a health lecturer was strengthened as a result of his visit to this city. An Able Preacher One of the cleverest speakers who has visited Lethbrirtgc in a long time} occupied the pulpit of Westminster' Church yesterday in the person of Rev. James Woods worth, superintend- ent of the "All People's" mission Winnipeg. He is an expert student of social problems and possesses a fund of information on questions dealing with the handling c-f the foreigners wilhin our gates and the "submerged which makes him a speaker of considerably more than passing in- terest. He is also a. man of splendid platform ability, and there is no mis- taking the meaning of what he says. He is no friend of an icile church, nor of that superior class oi Christians who feel that they are not called on to do other than keep themselves free from contact with people not suppos- ed to be their social equal. His ad- dresses 'we're illustrated with charts, which served to rivet attention, and force homo the significance of what he was saying. In ihe morning he dealt with the missionary problems from the standpoint of immigration and urged tho duiy of tho church to- wards the thousands who are pouring! in from southern Europe, and other j countries, "where a. different status of j social and religious life prevails than obtains in Canada. At night ihe church was packed. Chairs were piac- ed down the aisles, and for an hour at the Mason Risen, Ltd., Leth-j the IICM every one in rapt at bridge. tenticn as he dealt with, social prob- lems and illustrated the work done in Winnipeg. He called for u Theshing Not Completed Martin fi. Clever, founder of Cham- pion, spent Sunday in the cily. Ilc says that threshing Is -not yet corn- unay oservance" us a day of rest. Mr. Ilcuslls in Knox Church in the morniait. H' tho present fine weather continues, first of December will see most of the grain in the grnnnrles city, and trenchantly criticised church people who ait by and act MIFJ role of Pharisee, while evil flcii'ishes In their city. His address was ;i very cnpable exposition of the claims or tho social problem upon tho church, and deeply impressed the audience. Christmas, 1912 Vill Soon Be With Us We are placing in our show rouma now suitable gifts In fur- niture, for tho Holiday trade such Library Tables, from to (38.00. Arm Chairs, from to Reading Lamps, nt 56.50, 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 we will hold same and guarantee delivery. December 24th. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 THIRD..AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Vegetables, as usual, bottom prices Choice Turnips, lOibs for 10c Parsnips, 4ths. for...... 10c Potatoes, 100tti. sack 8Es. Apples, for......25e Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c. Two 3-Ib tins new packed 35c Swift's Silver Leaf: 3Ib tin 55c. 5Ib tin..............9Qc. I01b SPECIAL PEIOE Sack E. C. Sugar............ The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Ten-ills PHONE 574 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 3T. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDOE DO IT IN TIME We are Offering a Very Large and Attractive Assortment of Christmas Presents and Want you to Inspect Same Be- fore Buying. You'll Save 25 per cent on the Cost You are Cordially Invited Street South Lethbridge Natural Gas Engines Equip your shop or factory with a Fairbanks-Morse Natural Gis Engine. Most satisfactory power at lo-.v cost. Any size from 5 to SO horse power, to suit all requirements ami conditions. We also carry in stock Gasoline Engines, Generators, Steam Pumps, etc', also a full line cf machinery supplies anti machine shop tools. J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge. Alta. Ave. S. ;