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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALLJRAINS Hotel Beit -tiitt Biy Hotel In Albert. The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Dallas Hotel ll the Hot and Molt Conven- ient Place to Stay______ i jfil NO. -11 TABLE CUTLERY Hoiigli! iVoui umiiosr in servii'f ami ('n'nihilil.v, in ilic til' having o-oof] in your homo and i'lio liici! ol' ;'Jeganci! on priilc yoin-scil. initertaiiiiu.ii' gut'.sts. Tue arc rig-hl, I he prices air right. C.W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" An extra large shipment of goods for the week-end trade vHi-iot.v or popular pmrs. Quality ideal and ol Mio vcrv licsl. PEACHES, a shipment, by express, In bank- ets. 1'rice each 50e. ITALIAN PRUNES: a cases left at. per caso RIPE TOMATOES. Kxml tine II. C. stock In u baskets: I'fico each.................. RIPE TOMATOES In -'0 lh. boxes, per bos CONCORD AND NIAGARA GRAPES, per 8 Ib. basket.................. CALIFORNIA TOKAY GRAPES, fmr Tib. basket 75c APPLES, very fine eating apple_. All No. 1. per boj: first of the season and tho iiuality is sure fine. 1'rlce per Hi........ 15c. REMEMBER we have sealers APPLES GRAVENf.TEINS, an extra fine all round applo at this time of tho year; per "0 Joior flue for jelly or pickling. I'rico per JO pound case frier. It) lh Price per SO Hi. case.................. the only shipment we "'111 liavo this yoar. 1'rice 2 ibs. for..........J5c I'rici? large case t SWEET shipment "I by I'Mutss this morning; I'rico H Ihs. for GRAPE for PUMPKIN, SQUASH OR CITRON per 11 stock'although Hie supply is _ CREAMERY BUTTER .KNEEHILL OR WILD 25c 25c. ..5c. nice Vour'orders' for' VirocerU, and fruits with us and set complete satisfaction. -----PHONES Grocery Oept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. _ THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. FLAGS DUKE OF-CONNAUGHT AND. THE DRY- FARMING CONGRESS Our STOCK OF FLAGS is very large raid contains Bunting FlaBs in a" Bias, also the smaller flags on sticks. Secure your supply now. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DQOR WEST OF -PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters WEATHER 71 70 OS .SO 0-1 f'l 60 TRUSSES For every kind shape, size, and for the best make, try The Frank Medley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Lethbridgt, rain Edmonton, clear Calgary, fair Medicine Hat, cloudy Macleod, cloudy Red Deer, clear Vegreville, cloudy Brooks, rain Coronation, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy Heglna. cloudy Indian Head, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear Kamldops. clear Nelsotl Penticton Orand Forks -12 :1J Ir has turned somewhat cokler in Alberta. and ligiit local rains have occurred, but throughout Saskatche- wan and Manitoba the 'weather has beeu mostly title and warm. Forecast -Maiiiioha and Un- settled, with local showers. Saturday northwest winds and becoming cool- er vnth night frosts. Alberta Fair and cooler. Plainly Ladled Drugs That is the rule at our store. Drugs are labelled carefully and pl-ilnly No chance or possibility of your making a mistake. No opportunitv to confuse one drug with another. It pays to buy at a drug store" where precaution is exercised. That is the kind of a store where your every dealing is rendered a safe one. What drugs do you need today. JACKSON CO. CITY AND BLSTHICT To Be Medically Examined Tlios. Henry Wilsou, lias ap- peared in police court om occa- sions, when police surveillance for insanity, appeared before Magis- trate Hentiey this morning, on a vag charge. He the court he was without inou-ey, and that lie had been working for two months for nothing. lie was given a month in the provin- cial jail, where he 'will be once more examined as to his mental correctness. Co., timi PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 For Free Distribution on Saturday We still have u few of those neat and convenient car ticket cases left and these will he-given with each purchase of 2ac or more on Saturday. Drug Book Third Avc. J-5 per cenf. discount for cash Saturday 7 to 10 p.m. A crisp, fresh, dainty line of curtains in variety. It la out of iinosCloii 10 describe a stud; such ours comprising us It dots every deiunilile weave mill tiuullty, so wo are placing our entire atoi'li sale at I-H off regular prices for Siittirdiiy evening only. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawdee Brothers USE "VER1BRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 CITY AND DISTRICT Hold -Preparatory Service preparatory communion service will he held in Knox Church this evening. R. N. W. M. P. Duke's Escort Fourteen picked men of the H. N. W. M. P., under tlie command of In- spector West, will provide tho trav- elling escort for His ttoyal Highness the Duke of Connaught, during his visit to the city next week. An Unfriendly Reception Chaa. JicKillop and Geo. Woods, two typical hoboes from the outside, blew in yesterday, and started '-begging on the streets. They appeared undesir- able, and were given one month each this morning. Miners' Interpreter Carl Theodorovltch, official interpre- ter of the U. M. W. of A., in this dis- trict, is in the cily today, lie says that thu mines are all busy in the Pass although the shortage of cars still causes an occasional shut-down in some or the camps. _____-------------- ____, I Remand Mali Sing, the Chinaman, whose j mind is disordered, and who is under j police care for a few days .while his friends are preparing to send him to Vancouver, was .further remanded in police ccurt this morning until Mon-, day. 6 i A QUESTION IN PASSING We Iniy all our meals on tho i'lini' for cash am! kill and treat, ovr-ry- ouvsolves. Xo cold products handled. A New Street Plusher !Lnst evening, between fh'e and si o'clock, ou Sixth street South, the s Lethforidge-Weybiiru Co. demonstrated J a handsome Stmlebaker automatic street flusher, which has just been received from Stiidebalter Bros., of Bend. Ind. .These Hashers are being used success in Edmon- ton, Vancouver, and other 'western cities, and the experiment last night fully sustained the company's claims as to the satisfactory nature of the flasher, which cleans off the streets admirably. This new flusher is cap- able of SO pounds pressure, but owing to the.weakness of the hydrants, on this occasion only 34 pounds could be obtained. Mr. Sharman, of the Leth- Co., in company with Mr. Treeee, the representative of the Studehaker Co., and City Engineer Blanchnrtl, alnnff wiih Superintendent MeKuchtn-n, of the Streets ilejiarunem, witnessed the demonstration, ami evinced much interest in it. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Everybody's Doing It WHAT? Why, taking pictures with our VEST POCKET KODAK Dust proof, makes clear pictures and anyone can take the finest pictures with just a little study, ttie lenses are carefully tested and all parts are protected.. No getting out of order and no trouble to operate. It is the finest camera ever made. Come in and inspect it We do developing, printing and also we will gladly help you in any way. Our stock of photo supplies is complete. The price' is Mai! orders solicited and promptly executed. J. D. Higinbotham The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 IT'S A TOSS-UP whether to buy food for their live stock here, there or the other place. Other things boius initial, iiuality should decide the matter. We be.t; to lay modesty aside and claim for the oats, hay. bran, iwultry food, etc.. to be had only that theso different forms of food are clean free from weeds and impurities but that yon will get full woigtit and full value. J. C. Phone '349 Athletic Park Visiting Interests Here j }j. .1. Patterson, of Marshalltowu. la., arrived in the city this morning to at- tend to his business interests here, and also inspect bis farm near Stir-, ling. Mr. Patterson is greatly pleas- j ciTwHh his holdings here, and expects j to remain in the city until after the Dry-Farming Congress. .Staffordvllle Notes Mrs. 31. Trisack was one of tile visi- tors to the village last Sunday. iMrs. D. Donka has been confined to her room on account of sickness. Mrs. L. Evangelist, who has been under the doctor's care for the last i few days, is improving favorably. Mrs. S, Begala has gone to Stale's farm for a 'week's visit. The Range There is drily one host Tho .range tkuf's built ou hem or, of tho best materials. Known the world over as a perfect baker. Always uniform, -airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos. Saves half your fuel bill. The Great Range The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE To Be Given Club Privileges The Chinook Club will entertain as much as possible in honor of the dele- gates to the Dry-Farming Congress. The management is having invitations printed, and as each visitor registers ar Congress headquarters, he will bs given a entitling him to the priv- iieses of the club during his stay. A SNAP! PAPETERIEE containing fine linen finish paper and envelopes Kcsnlxr 35c and Me; only 2ac PLAYING edge, each pack strongly Itegular 50c; only.................................... 25c KENNY ALLIN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 BUSINESS LOCALS Fur liulck baggage service, phono Res CiMir Stor-. See Harry Tracy theatre. CCC the Messenger Service for pro'.npt and liattiraiie deliverv. (iov. West's "iionnr" .System SHOOTKHS. special anioino- hile rates to parties of Ol1 -1. for an evening shoot. I'hoiK- 12iW. I know the good -411 Tlie Oregon rrisim. In cotnplct; detail, theatre. j Last year Mi-jru v.-ero. a laise nnni- of people in tliis city who were j rii.sappoinled they were nn- able 10 get their Christmas greetings. They held off ordering theirs until the the last moment. There am now 11 weelii until Christmas, and not a bit too -.soon to get orders in. ns'it invar- (ably takes a couple of weeks to fill each order. The ll-ae of 1H12 Greet- ing Cards is certainly better than ever hefore and should prove a good seller. Call at the Herald .lob De- partment and sec the samples hefore any of broken. LT.U--4 The Market restaurant and delica- tessen will tic opc'ncd mi Saturday, (let. Mli. SSI-' Double show at Morris tonight. He- gnlar show ami "The Oregon Prison" Only 10 and Lie. CITY ASD DISTRICT School Children Patriotic 'The children of Hie city sclioois are lookins forward u> the visit of the Duke, and are new ready to give the Itoyal party a genuine llriilsh EATERS Payday Tomorrow Tomorrow Is city piydiy. and Pay- ninsKT Syrtnl will remain in Ws of- fice tlio -if'.e-rnoon till six o'- clock for the convenience o( city cm- j ployees. Mr. Rankin Confirms News j The Board of Trade yesterday re-, Iceived a telegram from Norman S. I Rankin, secretary of tile Western Ca-1 naJa Irrigation apsociatlon, who is at-1 I tending the National Irrigation asao- I elation convention at Salt take City. 1 statin? that official delegates had bfcn appointed to represent the Na- tionai association at the irrigation convention to lie he-Id tn this city next year. Dawson Seeks Chance .lanws Ira Dawson, wiio last Octo- ber, was sentenced to two years i" the Edmonton penitentiary on a very serious charge, is cmleavoring.-ny liis own efforts to have his sentence com- united, lie lu'.s made application to j the department of justice askluR that j the sentence be reduced, and the do- j partment has written several well-1 known men In the city, ashing if they would recommend a commutation of the seiilence on Dawson's previous good licliavior. llayor Hatch H'ccivcd I a letter From 'At- department a few; days ago. asking for his npiliirn in th'.-, matter. The Davreon case was oae of tl.f j most Important hefore the Supreme i Court at tlie fall assizes here lasi year, and created a great deal of in-! terest locally, where the young man' was well known. He had lived in the: city for three years prior to the crime i I'OT which he was sentenced. j LAKGEST ASSOKT- MKNT IN THE CITY o PKICES QUALITY THE BEST PROMPT DELIVERY DON'T FORGET MAY WIN YOU A 575.00 STOVE BORN I.ethbrlilge, on October 1. to Mr. and Mrs.' Itenjninin Hnssfll, of Calgary, a soft.-. PAID FINES TO GET j Winnipeg, Oct. pressing is j the need for threshermen that farm-- ers are coming to the city guarantee- j iug fines of men in jail for petty of-j fences If they will go out and work j in the fields. The authorities are j agreeable, as the central police sta-j lion is overcrowded, and a dozen men have been let out ou these novel terms. THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Immediate shipment Aaents for Canadian Fairbanks-Mors. Oil Tractors, Engines, Etc- Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 755 and 1755 Lethbridae. Alta. 1245-2nd Ave. S. ;