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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta t'. FUEe tUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Whuisot Cwt'tl.26 Day Hotel In Alberta HERALD WHEN IK LKTHBRIDOl The Dallas Hotel b the Beit and lent LAM Brass Lamps Rayo Decorated Lamps Hanging ,We have everythiog in lamps, and the price is right Them C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Strtet Phone 761 ONTARIO CONCORD N1AGAHA GRAPES Arc now in linos! coiiililiou. A large just iii. Price per basket li. C. CELERY. VERY CRISP AND .TEN PER 1'rwli in, jiria; 15i; A FINE LOT OK t'lTKOX Price pet B. C. RIPE TOMATOES An extra fine lp( in We ex- pect ripe' tomatoes will stop coining al- niost imy'day. Prior per 20tt> Price per 20tl> .05 Price per alb Order a box now. X: CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE AT YOUR OWN Bfltt I IN THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE, THIS FARM HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE MARKET AT ABOUT 505. LESS THAN IT IS WORTH. I Apply to ALBERTA LOAN INVESTMENT CO. .416.FIFTH STREET SOUTH SasUtoon, cloudy e9 clrar CS clear 67 clear fair 72 CASH'IF 'YOU 'HAVE IT- CREDIT. IF YOU NEED-IT. Alberta Outfitter DomEnTon Building .Sixth -V L-thbridge s St. S. When you ire the tempting f i c s h t meats sold at .this' meat market WE WANT YOUR FUTURE US TODAY ONCE'.WILU MAKE YOU A REGULAR CU5- ,TOMER i THE LETHBRIDGE V, MEAT MARKET 635 John Murphy, Prop. Majfttfc BfooV. SITY AND DISTRICT WiU Meet Tonight of.. the Kentish as- atioa TvllI meet tonight at the at eight o'clock- drfent- business. 1m- .practice Tonight There will be a full practice of the ocal. operatic .society tonight at the A full turn-out C members-is requested. Carmsnla Docked The Carrcanla docked N'ew York on Wednesday. Tbe usitafaia arrived at Fisbguard nn and the Caroma docked in on Sunday.'-. ------PHONES------- Grocery Dept, 32 Wholesale, THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Fruit and Con- jfectioneiy. Wholesale and Retail Grocery Dtjrt.. Hi Whokult 1WL WEATHER I'caticton 73 Calgary, fair .60 Macleoa, cleat............ .75 Medicine Hat, clear-...... SO- Prince Albert, cloudy ...._ OS Moose clear 73 1'ortage, clear Kelson 70 Fine, warm weather, has. prevailed throivghout the prairie provinces. FOKECAST Western Provinces Fair and warm today and Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT The Sir.alkst'of All Building uerniils for the month of September "ere the smallest [or any month this year. Hcpss for Convention" Medicine' Hal's delegates to the Do- Back from Buying Trip E.' J. Hill 'returned' this -morning from an annual buying trip in the East, in which he picked up some" of tbe cream oi the best markets. New Winter Time Table'1 The new winter time table of the C. P. ialo.effect on October have been .receive'd .locallr as yet, bat tic Herald has" it on good aatJioritr tbst the afteinooa trains meet here, making ii necessary aau Labor Congress re- port that there is a pogfbllltr of the use the M-w iig labor gathering being held In that city In 1915. E. :Petts Drad E. E. Sixteenth street North, died in tbe city morning, at tbe age ot twenty-nine, after a brief illness. She ,eaves her- husband and one child to icouro her-loss. Where. 13 proctor! Important-rnlit Is awaiting delivery at.the post office for a young man named Proctor G. Dill, of Pheonli, Arizona; -and "If- not claimed within the next few day's, will be returned. He is supposed to be working on a threshing sane in' this distTi-jt, and anyone Knowing where be-ls, is asfced to have him' communicate with the poslmastcf at once. To Visit Lelhbridge .Taylor ;sec- eUry of the Y. >l. C. A., will'le in the city at the end-of tho-week, and has been" asied to speak at local churches, which have not yet been designated, on eorne phase of boy proolems that will interest both the loys and the parenls. Harry. Ballan- .yne, western secretary, will also be n the city the N-rsr of the week to peak to the boys. VJiittd Old Haunts VC. J. Eckstorm returned yesterday from a. trip rtnrough the mountains, durlns which h'e visited the.'falrs-at Nelson'and Coeur d'Aleno, Idalio. He also ,vhtted 'Post.Falls, Idaho, where ho was' located twenty-four years ago. Mr. Eckstprm saya that business In general-Is'beUer.on this side of tie line.. There Is nowhere the same de- velopment on the American tide. ai Premium '-'Pure-bred-BerksMre pigs arc at premium and the number I of 'sales made.in tie past few diys Is- Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! JKCp, PER ACRE CASH BUYS 950 acres ot''choice land, all 600 acres being sunv witli houeo anJ bamx 'Ml looted. rcr: sale on crop payment. Call In and see Uc. -HOUSES TO RENT M Building. M Co, Phung 544 dicates that the farmers in this dis- trict are" beni. on Improving their F. .Sick recently purchased a fine -purebred boar from W. H, Paw- Boa, and .win .place him on nia farm at'Xew DaytOT. W. 8. Falrfleld has nleq'.add.ed lo bis plfgery wlta a sim- itar piirciiaee.-' A Good Sigr Heal estate, in" Xorth Letbbridge has commenced ,to -rnovc again, C. K. Donaldson sold two lots last night, nnd received f SOD.cash as a first pay- mtni.- Mr. Donaldson .says that ev- ery line' of. business has. improved wonderfully1'In .the past few and ho-looVs for an active real estate season. Several of the heavy, ship- pwj are moving their- vaTehcusfj lo the north side, since the frolglit sheds havo bcen.bioved. Just Arrived STENCIL. INSTRUO.TION BOOKS' STEN.CIL DESIGNS STENCIL PAPBK- "STENCIL SETS .The Red Crdss Drug Third DOHERTY -SAID HE WAS MERELY GETTING IN TOUCH WITH WEST kodaks Threshers, Beware! Considerable' coniplaint has come i tbe notice of the authorities .re- garding iho'carelessness of in crosing culverts wL their heavy machines, and sereral o these structure's have teen damaged as to he rendered dangerous." Th law provides that an extra cohering of -plants be placed on the bridge lie fere a crossing is aUe.mptod, and those who do with .this regulation, not only endanger the lives of others, but make themselves lahle to a heavr fine.' .The'Depart- raent of Public hcing kept busy repajring the damdge. The Grace Bonner Recital .Miss Grace Bonnet only attracted a fair audience at Wesley Church last night, probably owing 16 the'lscH that tor name and reputation an enter- tainer were not hera, and that (lie time for advertising'was hrlef. Miss Banner fulfilled all promises and gave a programme which surely pleased. She is a clever elocutionist, equally good in humorous aud tbe In- tense in. dramatic Htr ck as a ventriloquist wan nlso verr extensive, and tho test 'compll- r.t rould lie pM her is hose who heard her would lie do- fstlcd 15c; baikn PLUMS Per box......... BANANAS Per dozen........ DELICIOUS HOME MADE CANDY, per .Ib. BEST QUAUT.Y ED'FLAV'QRS per pound 80c 25c 25c 40c CONFECTIONERY 327 FIFTH. STREET will lose month, and EO on. Yon 'all know how easy-it-ia_to go down and how.much haTd.er.lt Is lo climb, up again. So now, to you most earnestly aVfellow men, for tho satie of ?1.C6 per-month, to Iiang on tlio llfo bclt'ol and Ike truc'brothcrs of.labor, pull rtgbt o the1.top of the'.hill of wages, and stop there. A BROTHBP. OF I-OCAIv UNION 384. urday .morning. rtclallE, as an unnecessary evil, which imdbuhU'diy Is often the caie. hear the phrase continually used "Oh only a I tc-II you, brolher, In my'rnlni] our work Is not thought enough ot iy one Ihlrd It should be. Where, 1 yon, would tho brick- layers', plasterers' and carpenters' vrork be.If'it weren't for the cunning eye and.hand of the painter, to hide the striMl defects and beautify tho building.: Yet the foregoing trades get their demands. Wiij should it al- n-aya (in tfi.e painters to 1st wages drop. Which, tell you, will ie the case, unless rally round tho. flag of unionism, and Ilka men, help ua. In h, and a little while longer you Among Ihi rclorms which are en- grossing the attention of the French labor unions at present in the reduc- tion -bl..lte. working days ot the week from six to fiv6 and'a half, .known in Paris as the "scmair.e and equal to the fiaturday half-holi- day.. 1 THEATRE Cbmlnj- Monday and Tuea -OCTOBER Mh'Hd'Tth "THE MYSTERIES'OF f'or the first time hi the olstory of German labor a meeting of leaders haa decldfti against a strike uhitertattn by a lo- cal union acd o'tltred the men tp re- turn (o work. Ubor liureauV foB the shlphuilding yards at Bremen, been closed, as tha workmen refuse to have anything more to do with Hev. J. W. Jones, formerly AngllcJin fector.of Mtllbsnk died at London, Ont DOING BUSINESS in our new store Next to Lethbridge Hotel Robertson's Book Store ;