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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Mil TO ALL TRAINS 4 Hotel WiiidBor 11J6 O.y Hottl In 4 AlMrt. The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHCri IN (.ETHBKiOOf Tiic Dallas Hotel J 4. ll til. Best Convin- 4 j. itnt Place U SUy 4. .5. 4- 4- -I- We are proud of our R'ANGES AND' HEATING STOVES and our rciison for beinsi' so proud is bcc our stoves rank's jrive siu'li universal ii'nclion. Loiisr yours of handling stoves shown us (ho best styles mid.makes, and gain liV'tliis expert knowledge when yon one of oiir stoves. You nm no risk. We guarantee thorn -OUR AMPOLIS VALLEY GRAVENSTEIN APPLES will POOH ;il! Pdld. nt Uu- riuo tlioy Unvo Jiocn the last while. They arc- oxccpllumiUy lii'uii tor w fooldtm. a use sat- IKIS you IV I Kloc.U. price Hi Ibs. tat .No. 1 Stock, price, barrel .Special on kiwis of fruits on our Ias[ assorted ear which will be here about Tues., JOlli lust. Watch this space for particulars PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dcpl. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY PHONES HIGH.GLASS GROCERS 525' ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY Wholesale !cc Cream Dipt. C27, WHOLESALE RETAIL The Bentley Co'y. ltd. FOR HEATING STOVES Our heating arts all opened up .and ready for your inspection. I! is wise to have a look over the new lines and selert yours now. Prices to STEWART RANGES are without exception the best ranges at the prices goM anywhere. They cook and bake perfect ly, are easy on fuel. to COAL OIL HEATERS A great oonyeKieuco com- fort for cool mornings and evenings. The oil heaters sell'HIV odorless- and always in''order Prices from to MONARCH RANGES Always selected by those who want the finest, tlmt is made. In construction and operation the Jlonarch eels anything yen have ever seen. Come in and .see them. Prices and Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 762 f.O. Box 57t We: Give Seeclll Attention tv Mall Orderj Clearance Sale of Wall Papers lii order to make room for our New .Fall Papers we will clear out our regular stock ;it 25 per cent, discount. Special price on odd lots. Cash only.- ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHIJ-NEY BLOCK riPST DOOR WEST OF IJNiON BANK. PHONE 12B1. ..AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRHERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary i Experience in Cqinnoimrting The value of Medicine lies (squally between the purity aad pow- fr of the drugs and the method and manner their compounding. The drugs we offer nro strictly of the highest class. Our training. experience and equipment assure that.all medicines will be com- pounded rignt. Bring all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RiPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 WEEK-END CANDY "Nothing makes the 'week-end pleasanter for yourself or those jou go to see than a pound or two of our DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES Fresh, "wholesome chocolates are hard to get, so do vour choc- olate buying here. The chocolates that you can depend upon for quality. 60 cents per pound. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Suceeiieri to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK, PHONE-tSSl WEATHER iJKdmenton, fair.................. 70 Palmary, fair lift 30; eli-ar 5H -12] I'orr Vftlnu. fair................. til) X2 JKiuiik'oiiK. fair 51 i l-'iiu1 wvathrr has In't-n ov- j j LT Prairie Provinces ami temper-i jaturrs have tinm a little higher, j j FORECAST All to-j i (lav :uui on Sunday and cumpiinilive- -vann. I I--------------------------------------------------- j CITY JHSTEICT A. L. Ensign is ;l visitor in Uie city. J. Pougall and W. I.. Tlaniilton, of j Hamburg, are visitors in the city to-] (toy. t i U'alter Pitclirr who owns a large farm'timr Kaley, is in the city today on business. i Justice Simmons arrived in Uie jcitr last [ram. Calgary, ami return this'afternoon._____ j i The regular meeting of the Board ;of Diree-ror? of the V.M.C.A. will bo :'lield at the building at noon oil Tues- day, October 10.. At th-e annual utetiting of the >rn Associated Press in Winnipeg en I .Monday, W. A. Buchanan. M. P., was j elected a director for the ensuing year. I Ohas.-'Mair. formerly immigration ;ent at hethbridjfp and Coutls and now of Gateway, was in the city Ijestct'day visiting his old friends. Hamilton of the city schools, i inforiits the Hurald that the postpon'- I t'd schools' aihleUc jr.ert will be held on the first line afternoon next week. -J. S. Duncan, law student the firm oi Oonyhcare, Church and McArthm> i? ill with the typhoid fever. 1 was removed to the Gait Hospital Thursday afternoon. A. E. Humphries, inspector of boun- jdary line ports for the immigration iieparimeni, left this morning for Vancouver, and will visit several of the ports of entry before his return. Since the new provincial jail lias been called into use there have been very few prisoners in the Moimtei Police Barracks. Instead of 10 or 50 formcrlv there only 12, most of them awaiting tri.il or deporta- tion. High River Times: 12. E. Thompson, who has long been identified with AI- I berta, and who is recognized as the j father or originator of Alberta Red j whviat, Is making a visit to High Riv- jer at present. Mr. Thompson is'now j comfortably located in a commodious I home in Pasiulemi. Cal., a place tint j boasts of more millionaires to tho I square inch than can be found l-a any other city in the union. Anothr-r of Soulhern Alberta's en- terprising towns will install ,1-water- i works .system this fall. The latest to gel in line in this particular phase of municipal improvement is pole-. Black Kiver Get Them To-day A few dozen left For Purest Austrian China Tea Cups Kermes Shape S patterns Reg. a doz. stock Secure a dozen to-day many other 'r of biMiii; on Iincluding Kpnrini; Creek. Irving, ill's, Midway and Onaluska. These villages may go wat- ers strike toniQn'ou'. Cliiciijtu, 111., Oct. raiiis for the last two- days throughout Wisconsin brought about serious j Hootl conditions in iiiiiny localities j today and tonight. Thus far, al-: i tlie properly damage lias been j enormous, mi positive news lhatjj tlic.ru has been loss of life, has been j '.'eccived. The worst Mood occurred at'j j lilnck River Kalis, ,ltar I U'is. At that town a prosperous 'ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNttAYS. Thfs lias been our ruii for near- ly quarter of a century.1 Pleaae seep Hie law a Dominion sta- tute and have consideration for our __ employees by making your ordinary purchases ou -week days. Please note'cliange in Sunday and Hol- iday hours. ,11 4 P.M. 8 P.M. to For other urgent calls "iiso ;322 or Night Bell J.D. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Teleplxmea No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Floods Rage in Wiscon- sonj Situation Grow- ing Worse (Continued from Front MHNUFACTUHEHS OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND.PLAIN SODAS num. Tiu; lovvn has'scni out letters (o spvera! nitiuicipn] askinn for plans and spi'cilicotions for the work, which will be opened nn Thursday, }'l. Citv Hlanclianl has rr-cnin- nirntleii to the coJinci! iti future >een torn aivay. Tlie rirer water is flowing over a railroad bridge in the ci'fy the sideboards .been re moved- from the timbar trestle work to keep the water flowing as ,1 pro- tection against the tearing away of Its support. In the town ot Schofield, three community of inhabitants, a I break in the bunk aliuUing on the huge concrete dam. let loose a" voi- nine nf wgtcr that conslantly in-! creased and swept all before it. Mostj- of the business section, of the citv was wiped out and two persons are reported missing. Heart of Town Swept Away Black River Falls, Wis.. Oet Everything on four buelnsaa streets, comprisins the licari of Ihe town has swept away. The Xortlnrestern I Hailroad bridge over Black Iliver at that point is still standing, but is sway i ing ns though the heavy spans wevi supported only by cables. Train ser- vice is cirt off at Black Falls, and no persons are even allowed to cross afoot. At HatfKJd, teii miles above Black' falls, the workers had today to cut a new channel and the water appeared where it was never known to rnn before. The main ehams'M has moved over five hundred feet into has until now dry land. Dam .pressure has ceased, ami the water has fallen far below crest. Tbo main part of the big structure is stil gtandins'. The power IIOUSB, two miles down from Hatfield, was flood-ad. BORN the 1th inst., ntj l.ethbridge, to the wife of Edward J H. Boldcrson, of Fernic, B. C., a son. DIED BOLDIOKSON-On inst., the infant son of Mr. :and' Mrs. E. H. Hohiar.son BUSINESS LOCALS water 'services to bnsines's blocks be citj'' On "or the artificial Wausau Lake, the sit- made vvnh two-mch pipe, mstcart of uationfe quite alarming The people four-men as formerly. The change are asserting (heir homes, and warch- "SUCCESS" FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Made of -nxtra heavy Siijicilor cold'rolled copper, the strongest Klrc Extinguisher made, (nsied to 350 pound-.i per Bqiiarc incli. Cast Hrn-as hottlo holder. Koae cannot be lorn off; the only way H can bo moved IB with B wrench. l No time wasted, simply turn'bottom up and it works instantly. Can be stopped at any moment, full charge 'need not be iwed; con- perniently there Kv no waste or needless dcsiructlon of property. Is not broken, c.an he used over and ovor again. Can be re-charged by nny one In a few minutes for n cost of 2fic. Curried in stock by Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, P. O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. 3. will work out. and at tlie Eame'tinin will SEITP.. considerable c-XMfiise. to imih builders and" to Hie oily. The changes in the offices of "tbo en- im'i'rine .sinlT rtl. the city''lull have coinplrted, and arc now in Siiuv flu; (ifliLTs liave IH-MI reinodell- eri, (he. ha1; I'oiniorlalile ii'ic.r- len. iiiid Ihe ncnv ofTices are' very convtiLjciii. The cilyt'iisiinecr is busy his report on tin- T. Mur- raj sewage disixifiiil sysfKin I'ljins, U'hirli he will present al m-xt, of I IIP pnnnojl, Willjjiiu inspcftlor of sido- walka for thr- (-itv, luis hot-n a. hurgn ainn'iut of irnnblr smn- nior on arrount of niunin'i: tint UiiO f'.asl m'fthf (hr-rr. canine rplolinition on .SoivnUi Avc., S., and Hie result was had fm two I'lot'lis of which laid ycslcnhiy. so badly markril flui( (hi- wbolc siirfnw- will have In- youe nvnr again toiiay. ing for high ground, where -they may stay 'till the flood has gone down. There is not much danger of the Rothschild ilam giving way. Lacrosse Gets It I.acros.se, Wis.. Od'. LacroHt.c the yfstorday of terrible Mooil di.saster when the ein- hankmcnt of tbc i.acrossu Water I'ow- rr (.'o dam waslicd out at Ilatfield, allowing Ihe water to coiiit1.. down tbo at it IrenieliOous rate.. Huilding after bnil'linp. in Ihe city. was umlc'r- minril. and wrecked, and latft tonight all ilie tiu.sint-ss bloc'k.s on both Hides oi iwo arc total wrecks. Many liousrs have, also been swept nnd tin- water is stil.l rising. D'lt Ibt'wor.sl ilisnslcr is at Dlaelt Hiver Falls. piosperous'lit.llc vil- lage. of inhabitants, further up Ihe. rive'r which bus been completely out The Ips.s of life is not. knowi., but is believed from si) far, in be small. Comimiii.lcnl.ioii is talk disabled, 'anil it Is impos- sible (p .itill; reports. Itelow. Watch Monday's Herald for the bill it the F.ureka week. Up-to-date repair department, The Foot Toggery. 2-13-0 Don't put off Tour order for Christ- inas Greetings until too laic. It, lakes time to fill the orders. Set-. Ihe display at The Herald office. 250-3 Phone Jiinmie Thompson for bag- ;age transfer, light freighting or noving van. Phone 052, ofilcc W. Vclson C.'o.'s shoe store. 213-26 Dancing class at Conservatory ot Music Tuesday evening, Oct. 3th nt '7-30. 251-2 Al's program at the Eureka to- night. Two good features with a. roaring, comedy. The annual sale of work will be held at the Convent, 'flu, St., S. on Thursday 36th. Friday 37th, and Saturday, 2Sih of October. 350-18 The Foot Toggery calls for repairs. Phone. .1335, 24S n Call 666, the Lethhridge Mensengec Service for quiet mcssagB and bag. gage delivery. OITicc 327 Round St. Tin- Irish Bridget and ihe ilutrh I romr-'liiin at lire Kiircka tonight. A Hcrenr.i 1'H.IVATE SALE Household Kurnl- ture.' ruRSl carputs, Kolid leather! concli. piano, inalKyanr parlor talrlc flnt'toppurt desk, range, almost', pk-tnrcs. Me. Will ]x sold .cheap .-ill nest ivneli al nis Ninth AVRIIIIC, 35M The Danoing. is opcuin.. I hi- season Villi.H oostiunn hail n Tuesday I'Vciiing, Oct. loth. he given (or tlu' hesl co.sliiinos prcsenleir. Then- will'he spenial hcrs ol sjiecinl music, and n hii' sup- per. tickets can he had on iippliuiMnn nl Inity Hall, I Ini Klflh Avenue. N'orili I'uhlic School) 3SI-3'1 Men's Haberdashery Does Your Wardrobe Need Replenishing? Genuine Scotch Tweed Suits, English Serges and Worsteds for Men of Distinctive Style and Taste. to CHESTERFIELD Greys Blacks WARM UNEDRWEAR at prices that won't give you a chill STANDFIELD'S 2-piece and Combination Suits and CASH TALKS I