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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL Hotel Windsot Oiy In Alb.rU 4, 4. 4. 4, 4. .J. 4. Daily Herald I The Dallas 4. J We are proud of our RANGES :ANt> HEATING STOVES our reason for being sso proud is because oiir'xtovcs Minl'i-ium-ivs give such universal iracli.ui. handling stoves lias, best styles and makes, and you jjftimby this expert knowledge buy one ol'on r stoves. You run no .risk. We RHjirsintce Hifcm all. HEATING STOVES Our heating stoves are all opened lip and fpr vour inspection. It is wisa to have a look over the new linos and select yours now. Prices to. STEWART RANGES nrc witliont exception the best ranges .it the prices solil anywhere. They conk and bake perfectly, are easy on fuel. to COAL OIL HEATERS Meat convenience anil com- fort for these mornings nhj Tlle ol1 heallM-s Cvc sell, are odorless aild always Iti order. Prices to MONARCH RAISES Always selected to'thoso vaiil' the finest tlmt is iaailo. In construction and operation the Monarch ex- cels'anythins >on ever seen. Come ill see them. Prices and 575 Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. OFFICE SUPPLIES i When voii-wrtiit the liest satiffnriiim in Office ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHI'fNEV BLOCK CIRST DOOR WEST. OF-UNION BANK. -PHONE AGENTS FOR AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value ol! Pure Dnigs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The Medicine lies between the Jiurlty of the rtruss and the method and manner of their compounclicg. The dru-s we offer arc of the lushest class. Our training, credence and equipment assure that all medicines will he com. pounuca ngnt. Briau all vour prescriptions here to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG GO. PRESCRIPTION A, RtPLEY, MANAGED FKON.E 77! WEEK-END CANDY Nothing week-end pleasanter for yourself or those von go to see than a pound- or two.of our DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES Fresh, wholesome chocoliites are hard .to get, so do your choc- olate buying here. The chocolates that you can depend upon for (liialit'y. ,UO cents per pound. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION 'Suecefsori to JOHNSTON i JACKSON. tHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1231 MANUFACTURERS OF EXCELLENT LAQER AND PORTER LAST OF THE SEASON High Grade DOMESTIC COAL by the ton or carload lots Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, om- of assorted fruits from All In flral conillilon anil fooils cxcoptlonully tine. 1'lnci' your urili'rs for Plimis mill us tlicrc will none after per cast! ITALIAN mties. per i-nso ..JI.20 PRESERVING crates, eralc TOKAY tine slock, Imalit. ...75c SWEET 1-2 ll'-i. for ..........25c Or l.'i Ills, for..........................'. fine stoi'U, llozc-ll..... .50c price PHONES THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Dtpt. 525. CLASS aROCERS Wholesale CHEAM CONFECTIONERY Ice Crtam Dept. 027.. 'WHOLESALE A RETAIL SPECIAL ON GRAVENSTEIN APPLES No. 1 per'barrel Or 17 Ills, No. 2 barrel Or 19 His. RIPE 20 111. case GREEN Ib.................30c RED Ib.....................30c .................20c and 25c 25c days only. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 526. Wholeule 1271. Ice Cream Dtpt. (27. WEATHER clear r........ I clear ?S 3ii I.ellilnidge. elear 72 37 Winnipeg, elear.................. 73 -IB ll'orl Arthur, clear...... '3 M "3 .'l Xrlsi.ii G5 -W j! The weather Ihroajhoiit the 1'rai-. i'rir Provinces lias ton'generally line and warm FORECAST: All Fine and warai today and on Tuesday. CITY AlVT) DISTRICT J. Pettit, of 'Medicine Hat-, Siuidav iti the city. K. W. Watson, of Calgary, spent business visitor in the eity today.' llajor M. I.. Ilornliy, of England, is .spending a few days in Lethbridge.! J. B. Wilkie, ol" the firm of Wilkic Ijnnii Kcrr, came up from Tabcr yes- jjtcrihy and spent Stiiiilay in the city. Tile Pi'onecr Lumber Co., Ltd., have opein-cl new yard at Swift Current. I This company now, have eighteen i Or N'ixon, of .Sjiolialie', arrived 1 from the yesterday morning on -the Flyer and will spend a few days in the city and district. Tiicre will he .a-meeting of- the ex- jeenlive of.tlic Letiiliridgc Protective Association tomorrow evenini; in the sucreiary'i, olliee in tlic Hull Block. I C. f. ColHns, of the'.C'.P.R. staff, I has reiuined to the eily after spend-1 liie -siimmi-r on his farm. Lie will attain join the staff ill till1 freight of- 1 I Ii I'earce, superintendent of stores for tin: Government Telephone jSysicnt, and W. -I. flarmer, assistant superintendent nf the system, are in .Get Them To-day A few dozen left For Purest Austrian China Tea Cups 'Kermes Shape 5 pattern! Reg. a dpi. stock Secure a dozen to-day SEE OUR WINDOWS i CITY AND DISTRICT Cloo. lleathershaw, of Magrath, one of tlii: foremost farmers of tliat dis- trict, is in the city today. Threshing in the Magrath district is proceeding, rapidly, and (lie yield is turnin gut better than was at lies', expected. Winter wheat seeding .is also being pushed rapidly, and although the threshing operations bave held seed- ing back somewhat, there will likely t be a larger winicr wheat area this, j year llian ever before. f.ethbridgc, on Sat- urday, Oct. 7th, 1811, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, ;i son. city on a tour of, inspection. Rev. Mowat, of Cardsron, arriv- j ed here Monday evening and 'left on Tuesday for Altorado, where the erec- lition of a new Anglican church is 1 li proceeded How Island J.O.HIGINBOTHAM LIMITED Family dfc Dispensing Chemists .Kid Wall is is in the city today from Magrath, where he has a coal mine i in operation. The mine is turn ing out i a good quality coal, ;ind will lie I able lo supply the local demand for I the winUir. NT. B. Mannuin, of Fargo, N.D.i who has. been in I.ethbridge during 1; the itast three months, le.aves in ;i j few days for New York and other }i eastern cities, after which lie will spend the in .Southern Cali- Ifomiu. Air. Hanntim has a .section of land at Wilson Siding, which' he has just finished -seeding to winter wheat; The death occurred yesterday at Spring Coulee of Andrew Jackson is ox ouis_r o'ive A on tlic Siimc "up to date SOIMCC that is chojiictciib- tic ol oni picscup- fion ilcp.u tnicnt Give ua a trial on your pre- scription work SPEED, v ACCURACY ANp QUALITY is the Hddei which we climb Ask vonrdoct6r..He knows. RIVERS G.T. P. SHOPS CLOSED Winnipeg, llan.. Oct. G. Varying statements are being made by the O T. P. officials and the machinists and toiler-makers of the company from west of Fort William, concerning the closing of the shops at Rivers, Man. A notice was posted there today that the shops would be closed for repairs The men claim it is a lockout and te- sued a' lengthy statement rehearsing their grievances dating back three months to the request for a board or conciliation. James Summerville rep- resents the machinists P. Mer- rignn the boilermakers.' There are 100 men at Rivers, lla'u., affected by lie lay off and the men claim that he. lay- off -amounts :to a lock out ill along the' line with twice that lumber of men affected. The C. N. R. nachinists of the corresponding dis- trict number 400 men and. half this number are pledged to support the G. T. P. men financially and morally in this matter. CITY AND DISTRICT i short run cillul out No. 2 fn? hligidi. hul yesterday bemi_ on ail alarm from the- residence of D Renshaw, North l.cthbridge. Culp, S7, at the residence umj .t an.un I his sou. Cieo. W. body extinguished without difliculty brought to the cilv and will he ship- without any serious damage ped tomornnv -morning .from Fetter- whicli was and -AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS ly's unilrrlaliinjf. parlors to the fam- ily residence in M'mion, JIagrath Pioneer John _FI. Bridge the city liall. and the warCiiOiisu is During the past fnw days the finish ing touches have been pul-on the new IMarnoch building hcsitle 324 SIXTH ST. S, PHONE 531 anil Jos.'Alston left for Salt last Saturday where they will visit for a few riays afterwards going to their'respective fields of labor in tile rr.'ission Mr. Bridge has'been for the Netherlands and Mr. Alslun is to labor in the Northern Slates. Good luck and good health co with them. The Lcthhridge Irnn .Worlds, deliv- ered lo the city this morning the ornamental lamp.posts to t-.c erected in Clall Park for the special lighting iiysk'in (o be installed there. These I arc of ornamental 'design, present a very line appearance. I They .will lie installed shortly as the ionndnil fur the wiring has nil been Iniil f-o thai Hie system may he con- necli-d without delijr. A line afternoon with plv'ity. of sun- shine and no wind .made the school day one of Hie most enjoyable events in Hie sport calendar of ihc year In connection with Ihe schools. The events are all being well, con- lesl-.Ml, the schools vicing with each oilier fol the possession of.the spec- ial trophies .which go .to the. schools nmltinj; tlii- larttest number of points. A complete list of the-winners will appear tomorrow. now rcadv for use. It .will he occu- pied by two wholesale. fruit firms, i'lmiketl and Savage and the Mc- Phcrson Kruit Co. Both these firms will'have their offices in the nc.w niilding. 'file spur trackage accomr noilalion not yet been provided, Hit the plans have been approved, ind Ihe spur will he installed within T few ilays. Already a couple of arloads'of potatoes have, been nn- oaded Iliere, hut the fruit firms will Kit take possession until the fifteenth of Hie month. It had lieea expected that there would lie a meeting of the labor mini on Tuesday evening at which' the candidates tor provincial legislature loliors would sncali. However, at meeting- of the -men yesterday afternoon in the l.abor Temple, tin, matter W.IK discussed ami it- was de- cided that the nicet'lng-should beheld on Thursday evening. The meeting will he held in the Labor Temple alii! both candidates, .S...J. and Slewart will be invited- to The labor men are taking a great deal of.interest in'lhe, canv- and front .present anitcnr- anci's there large vote polh D USIATE.SS LOCALS repair department, The Foot Toggery. I'rivalc sale of household furniture, 313 Cutliill St. 352-li Don't put off I'pur' order for Christ- mas Greetings until' too late. it lakes time to fill the orders. Sec the display at The Herald office. 250-3 See'the "Eiircka -Ad." .in today's Herald. Three beautiful pictures. Phone Jimraie Thompson for uag- transfer', light freighting or moving van. Phone 652, ollice W. J. Nelson Co.'s shoe store. 243-28 Dancing class at Conservatory ol" (Music Tuesday evening, Oct. at 7.3fl. 2SI-S 1 "A Republican a story of the French Revolution, by the Vitagrapii Co., at the Hureka to- night. The annual sale of work will he iclir'al the Convent, Ufi 9th St., S. on 2Blli. Friday 27th, and Saturday, 28th of October. 250-18 The- Foot- Toggery calls for repairs, phone 1335. 2'13-0 Call (lit. the Lethbrlilge MosKnjer Ser'ice for quiet message tut jjfrc dfliierr- 327 Round St. the Bentley Co'y. Ltd. FOR 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 thai won't give you a chill STANDFIELD'S 2-piece and Combination Suits and CASH TALKS For Seven Only Shot Guns 12 GAUGE Rco-ukr Price Sale Price >L2.00 Hunting now now now ,.........20c now Don't Miss This Opportunity Yoi'jr Last Chance. Arthur Hayr r o r r 3rd Avenue South Assignee Wo Arc Serving'tlic Best LUNCHES and DINNERS in Alberta. Nice, clean and dainty. Very, moderate prices. Quick service. ROCHON BROTHERS Ii' you appreciate Cleanliness and Quality, phone the QUAKER BREAD Man. He wlllinn to "ihow no mutter where you ire GILMORE 1810 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Three of the best pictures ever shown in Hie cily, at lihe. Eureka to night. Mr. W. .loncs- Organist and Choirmaster .at St. Augustin's Church, lias vacancies for a few jun- ior or ailvaucbd voice culti- vation, and pianoforte playing. .710 Rislli S., and Conservatory of Music. 252-3 'PRIVATE SALE Household Furni- ture, rugs, .carpets, solid leather couch, piano, thit-toppod office desk, pictures, etc. Will be sold clical all this week at nis N'iutli Avc., South. 251-1 The Unity Dancing Club Is opening the season with a costume bail ,-n Tuesday evening, Oct. 10th. will he given for Ihe best costumes prc.tciiteil There will he special num- licrs W music, and a hip sup- per. tickets can be liad on appliralion .il Unity Hall, Hot Fifth Avi'nHc, North- (opposite (he Public J5I-2 I .ii: I Housekeepers' Favorites Cleaning and Decorating Specialties That You know, and That we can recommend.. .LIQUID VENEER AND VERIiRITE, FOR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK. FtATTiNE FLOOR FINISH, AND LACttUERET FOR FINIIHINft FLOORS. WAXOIL FOR FLOdR POLIIH. ALABASTINE FOR The McKeown Hardware Co. Lid COMNIR AND 4TH AVI, LETHtMIOOI. ;