Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel' Windsor WHEN LETHDRIDGE The Dallas Hotel li the Soft mil Cotw.n- lent Placo to Stay An extra large shipment of goods for the week-end trade Ihe varieiy of -roods and popular 'prices. Quality ideal and ul I lie very PEACHES n shimiioiu liy MIHVKS. In Ih. baslc- cis. I'rice ITALIAN PRUNES; a few cases lefl at, per case r.......... JOc. RIPE TOMATOES. Kimi fine It. .0. stock in a ill. price each.................. 40c. RIPE TOMATOES in -0 Ib. boxes, per box CONCORD AND NIAGARA GRAPES, per S Ib. basket CALIFORNIA TOKAY GRAPES, pur Tib. basket _............................. 75c APPLES. very fine callus apple. AM No. 1. per Ib. box............ first of the senson and the Price per Ib........ 15c APPLES, GRAVENSTEINS, an l-sira NHL' all round nplil" at lliis time ul' per CRAB Moniiinab, very red ill color uiul fine for Jolly ur pickling. I'rlco per pouiiil Case I'rico 4D 11. W.25 Price per 20 Ib. case the only shipment wo will have tills year. Price 2 Ibs. for.......... 25c Price per large case................... 54.aU SWEET Blllpmeill ill by express iIlls morning; Price 3 Ibs. for 25o GRAPE 2 for............... PUMPKIN, SQUASH ..OR CITRON per Ib. ..Se. (luality if tiiirc i utt 4 ,ave sealers fruits with us and get complete satisfaction. Oiir Lanterns as well as all articles for I lie stable and home are the all articles for f 11 e W They are the best value for the The S'.ove that Saves you Money money. No trouble to show goods vLAGS DECORATE POR AND THE ORY- Our STOCK OF FLAGS is very large and contains Bunting Flans in all sizes, also the smaller flags on sticks. Secure your supply now. .ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and :Underwood Typewriters -----PHONES----- Grocery, Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. 33 1-3 per cent, discount for cash Saturday 7 to 10 p.m. A crisp, fresh, dainty line of curliilius In luflnlio variety. It is out of (mention to dosonlw n 'slock midi as onra comprising as 11 docs every desirable votive mid (tualily, MO we are placing our olitiro Block on Halo at 1-u off regular prices for Saturday evening only. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers WEATHER 51 34 4S IO at; S- 47 3-1 3" 4? 33 63 34 51 ,15 53 SB 74 44 .OF. Leihbrldge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair.....- Medicine Hat, cloudy Macleod, clear Red Deer, ctear Brcoksl fair....... Coronation, cloudy Regina, cloudy..... Saskatoon, cloudy Moose Jaw. cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Port Arthur, clear Kamloops........ Nelson Grand Forks The weather has bEwn mostly fine and warm throughout Manitoba, but has turned mur.li cooler, with some light scattered showers, in Saskatche- wan. In Alberta it has been fair and cold. Forecast Western Provinces Northwest winds, scattered showers: hut mostly fair and cooler today and on Sunday: local frosts. For every kind, shape, size, and for the best make, try The Frank Medley Drug Co. j SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. That is the rule at our store. Drugs are labelled carefully and plainly. No cbance or possibility of your making a mistake. No opportunity lo 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. drugs do you need today. JACKSON CO, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 CITY AND DISTRICT Worship in Morris Theatre Tiie connreyiuion of tlij; First. Hiip- .tial Church will liereaftur hold its Sumlav services in the '.Morris Th-eutre Court Sit on 10th The District Court will hold iv-ses- sion 11 ex i Thursday, Ocrober 10, the day nn H.R.H. the Duke of Connaughi. is to be in the city. Business Men's Association1 An adjourned meeting of the busi- ness Men's association will he held Monday evening, at S.30 p.m., in Room Kirkliam Block, to discuss matters brought up at the last meeting. Hours Please Xoie Change To better serve our custom- ers and friends; we have ar- ranged the Sunday hours as follows: 10 to 1 Even ins 8 to 9 CITY AND DliSTKICT A Painful Accident Tile little son of .Mr. and Mrs. F. Kenny fell yesterday, cutting Ills tongue so severely thai he was taken to the hospital ibis morning, where an operation was performed to relieve the child's sufferings. t Reduced Chicken Population It. V. Gibbons' personally-conducted shooting party to Mountain View, re- turned yijstenlay, and they report the prairie chicken are not ijuite so num- erous as they were at the beginning of th-ti week. IT'S A TOSS-UP whether to buy food for their live stock here, tliero or the other place. Other things being equal, Quality should decide the nmttor. We beg to lay modesty and claim for the oats, hay. brmi. iicuUry food, etc., to be had only I hat these different forms of food aro clean 1'reo from weeds and inijinritiea but thai yon will get full weight and full value. J. C. Hanriiluin Phone 349 Athletic Park Musicians' Union Meeting A meeting of the .Musicians' Union will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock in the old A. R. 1. build- ing, north of the tracks. A full re- hearsal of the city band will held at the close of this meeting. Get a Tracer Busy Although the car containing the Sas- katchewan government provincial ex- hibit for the Dry-Farming Congress was shipped from Rcgiua on Septem- ber 24, it had not arrived last night, lind ihe work of putting ill) their large .exhibit hiiB been delayed. One of the Prize Winners Mrs. Brokovski won J15.0I) ill being second prize In the -Macleod Ail-1' vertiser's contest" in Ihe phctojj of the of Coumsnght. Mrs. Brok- j cvski is the wife of Sir. .1. C. Hrokov-' ski, the well-known lawyer of .Macleod. A Big Adieu McKinley. worshipper at Ihe shrine or Hiram Walker, was given just three hours to leave the city, by Magistrate Bwitley this morning.! Thomas Cox, a vag., will do ten days hard labor. MEATS THAT MEET YOUR APPROVAL You will like ihe way 'we dress :md display our -Meats, but. you will fidmire thf- uisie and flavor of it still more. keep the lemlerest and host flavored beef, porii, mutton, Iamb, and veal. IITIU ovir Mamji nnd noted Tor their excellence and the mildness of their taste. Poul- try of all Itinds in st-as-on. Two Hours Drill The royal escort of -Mounted Police were out this morning at the narliing ground at the east end of Sixth street, performing ihe various manoeuvres i will be ream red of them on the occasion of the Dulte of Connaiight's visit. They drilled for nearly two hours, and although they have only' bt-.-Mt together for Tour days they made a fine showing. a.m. 8 9 p.ni We have a number of Acid Carboys Alcohol Barrels for sale. j. D. Higinbothara The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 School Board to Decorate The School Board has dcchledjo do j ail the decorating on the sciiool build- ings, which will be necessary, during j the ceremony of formally .Manual Training School, and for.the j public, reception on the evening of j October 10. in the auditorium of tin'! Central School. There is only one best. The.range, that's huilt 011 honor, of the bust materials. Known the world over as a perfect baker. Always uniform, airtight oven, lined thronti'hout with asbestos. Saves hull' your fuel bill. New S. A. Citadel Work is to be commenced imnie- liiately on the Salvation Army Cita- j del. The contract was awarded yes- terday to fi. T. Broad, who this morn- Ing took out a building permit for the which will cost Sl'J.nnfi. The I building is to be ready tor occupation by Christmas. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE Veterans Brigade Badges The secretary has received a supply of lapel badges, and all Veterans are requested to call at the secretary'sj office. Dominion block, as soon as' possible and obtain one. He has also received a supply of Ilelrallion, King's and Queen's South Africa medal -rib- bon Likes Lethbridge 1 William Bradshaw, a prominent bus- I iness man. of Stratford. Ont., is VISIT- ing in the city for the 'week-end on his way io Vancouver. Mr. Bradshaw thinks very well of Lethbridge. which [lie hears excellent reports of in his travels through the country. A SNAP! PAPETERIES comainmg fin" linen linlsli paper and envelopes Regular i'.Dc and only 25c PLAYING eiise. each pack sironssly Regular only 25c (0 DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFP1CE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1-187 BUSINESS LOCALS For Quick service, phone 570. Res Clear Phone GC6 the Messr.iiicr Service for j proupt mrssice and hagsaee DUCK SIIOOTIOHS. special aillnmo-i hiie rate.s to parties of or I. for an i evening Phone know! tiie good places. --I'1 1J Tor a L-cod ioii clear.in.e and prraf- j lir.x plior.o Ladies' and child-, ir-'ii's work specially. Work called! fur i i iverc a large I'.um-[ i hf i- of people In this city who were disr'ppoiniefl they were un-! able'io get their, Christmas greetings.! They held off ordering theirs until the j the'last moment. There are now 111 weeks until Christmas, and not .a bit loo soon to get orders in. as it invar- 1 iaMy tnkes a couple of weeks tn fill ier.cli order. The line of 1H12 ing Cards is certainly belter than; ever before and should prove .1 guod ller. Call at the Herald .lob Do rlmem and see the samples before i i any of lines are broken. make clothes with bi-ucti niatii1. The Crown Cleaning i Works. The Markcll ivslanrr.nt and delicat- esaon, iM-olh St.. is to bo opened to- day. Ciive it 'J, trial. CITY A.M> DISTRICT T.ie Sattin Benefit Tonight Tliero over two hundreil tic- kets sold up to last nisi" for fi! concert siven by the Kcntlali HS- Eorintibn in lifilialf of Jlrs. SiHtin. The ccn. v.-ill lie held tonight in UiiitJ An Urgent Work to ihe Herald, a ratepnyer said: "With regard to the pivlng on Third avenue South, one wiui'.d HtX' U> know how the city intends io till in Iho tracks, the pavins of which, it is understood, has been deferred for a time. The present condition of ill1.' tracks is nn eyesore, and unless somf j j IlllllK is done towards filling in for the purpose of nnUii'.p tlit o SIZES TO. EACH PATTEKX i. V.IM pump to. me purpose Xorth l.elhhridpe. and there ,ne roadw.iy. therr still opportunity io assist in the belie- js to or Wo accide'it? til-tent work. The needy .wl'low will tf) tno rivic iayr LAUtiKST ASSORT- iAr THE CITY O PRICES I.-DW. QUALITY THE BEST PROMPT DELIVERY (.very dgllar. All expenses are provided fr.r. independent of re- crints A 2.-.od prosiannne is beinK and there will be choice re- freshments. DON'T FORGET MAY WIN YOU A STOVE Our Bucolic Tendencies The I.othliridge City Council are probably not aware of the fact that it Is niltfvaiinj! the oat. growing business riplu on its main civic thoroughfare. Anyone taking u stroll up Third av- cn.if South will notice a fine crop of srcen oais spread out from the corner of sweet and Third avennc, authorities." Practised the Court Bow The coming of H. R. il. the Duke of Coniianaht. is causing intense excite- 1 n-.f in in ioHil circles. The other eyen- ing a parly of prominent, icca! gentle- men were rehearsing a i-oception pro- Biamme with a well known local man posing as the Duke. Our old friend. ,1. C., assumed the role of crtti-- master of ceremonies, and put twenty-five stalwarts tliroush their paces. Kveryliody was instructed in 'the various intricivcies of conn oil- eastward as far as Westminster ro'Ul. qili'He. At the conclusion of the a- If the citv fathers have any desire at hearaal the eriiie expressed Innissif to keep the city respectable-look-1 as highly delighted wit.n the niannf-i inc th-v had better gel move on j in which everyone conducted ami clean up tbe nuss without any Kverybcily now awaits the rising of more dolay. THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Beiting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Pcnberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cupa GARUOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES I -r- S'ock Immediate Shipment A-eiiU for Canadian Falrbanks-Morsc Oil Tractors, Gasoline Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited j. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge. Alia. 1245-2nd Ave.