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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta '>;;riltl BOS TO ALL TRAINS ; Hotel Wlndsoi* '�mi'fIJI a Day Hotel In Alkarta lEe Lethbridge Ddly Herald WHEN IN LITHBRIDaE The Dallas Hotel la tha taai and Moat Canvan-lawt ^laea to �tay Hardlj' a day passes but what you need them. A pair of scales bought from iia coat only a few dollars at the most, enable you to KNOW not to GUESS and save their price many times, many ways in a year. C. W. Gray "The store that saves you money" FLAGS PICORATE FOR THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT AND THE DRY-FARMING CONGRESS Our STOCK OF FLAGS is very large and contains Bunting Flag* 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 Ajonts for Empire and Underwood Typewriters TRUSSES For every kind, shape, size, and for the best make, try The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Store Courtesy It you are an old customer you will realize the truthfulness of this advertisement. If you are a prospective customer then come to our store and you will understand what true store courtesy \n. Whether your want is a large or small one. you get the samo Idnd of courteous attention. All our customers are pleased customers, in Avhat way can you please you? JACKSON & CO. . PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 YOU WILL SHAKE HANDS with your self and consratuUito your own foresight and couimon seusa after buying your meat here, btMjaiiso the extra flue uual-ity of it, and tlve lack of waste will compel satlBl'actloii. Our beef, iioric, miitton, lamb, veal, aad poultry have a tonder, juicy iiunllty and a deliclouu flavor that onaures their popularity. And tlte pricea are fair enough to satisfy Uhe economical. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Safety Razor Special Have you seen our Sp'ftplal Safoty Razor Jii the pocket nizc, all nlcltel plated nnd gunrantood to give Batlsfuctlou or your money back. Hqual to any on the market. - "i THE PRICE IS ONLY $3.50 ' -, '^'ow on display in our window, KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES .OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 Our first large shipment of Snow Apples have just arrived from Montana in good condition They iWi' iill ot'ii imnliuiii si/.i\ wrapped aritl imckcti in oOJb. cases. For llic wvvk cutl we arc olTcriim- a nice assorHneiit of goods. FRESH PEACHE.S In .Mb bajikfl!'. These nre about the last thin fcason. per basket.....60c. ITALIAN PFlUNES, in Peach I'uxes ]\: U\w condition. Dcr box.......................... $1.00 CONCORD OR NIAGARA GRAPES, S'b baBkcla, Prli.'o wK^li ...... ...................... 60c. TOKAY GRAPES very scarce, per 71b basket 75c. BANANAS-Wo Rct th^se specially by oxprcss from Spok.mc and can guarantee them e.xtra choice, per dozen ....................... 40c. MONTANA CRAB APPLES, extra red and In tine condition. There will be no more after these are solil. Price per SOlb case.......... $2.80 SWEET POTATOES. .luBt right In size. Prioo, SIbs for ................................ 25c. CELERY-Rxtra crisp and well bleached from British Columbia; nothing tlner grown. I'rico 2lbs. tor ............................... 25c. CABBAGE-Solid heads and frc.-ili cut. Price 12 pounds for ............................. 25c. CITRON, Pumpkin, and Hubbard Squash-Those we receive by express from Washington, price per lb....................................05c. CUCUMBERS-Likely the last this season, only a few. Price each ..................... 05c. RIPE TOMATOES, in baskets. Quantity also very limited, about over; price per basket 40c. Kneehill and Wild Rose, Fresh Churned Creamery Butter-Fresh shipment lust in, price 2tbs for 75c. Dingle & Stewart's High Grade Chocolate*, made In Winnipeg, a largo shlpmcut Just unpacked. Vou should try these for Quality. -PHONES- Groeery DepL 528 Wholeeal* Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -PHONES Grocery Dept. 525 Wholeeale Dept. 1271. CITY AND DISTRICT Saving the Light Citizens who joiiriioycd up town last night to see the decorations were rather disgusted to find the Board of Trade building in darkness. Sustain Call to Rov. A. C. Bryan The Macleod Presbytery met this afternoon in St. Andrew's Ci^urch, North Ward, and sustained the call to Rev. A. C. Bryan, of .N'anton, to become minister of'that church. Why This Policy Complaints were many last night of, the street ear regulations which compel patrons to wade through the mud in order to g�t on and off a car. In other cities an effort is made to stop the cars on the crossings. / Three Months for Theft Joe...'John�on, a member of a threshing gang uf Jiagiuth was yesterday at the raouiited police barracks, before Supt. Wilson and Inspector West, sentenced to three months imprisonment In the barracks for stealing a valise belonging to one Richardson from a room of tJie Klrby Hotel, .\lagrath. A Full Bag Oardston Glebe; D. D. Spencer, in company with JlessTS. Downer and Conrad, Lethbridge, went chicken shooting, and succeeded in bringing down eighty-aeven of the feathered tribe. Tiiey were only otit part of the day, and upon Uieir return to town had their pictures taken, together with the game, at the Henson studio. Given Thirty Days Although ordered out of the city as a vag only a we-ek ago, Philip Hall 'returned yesterday, got ii job in a livery stable, loaded up during the evening, and announced his return to the city, by beating up Robert Tennant in front of the Lethbridge liotel. He Was arrested by Detective Frj-er, and although he put up a strong deCeuco this morning, he was given a warning in the shape ol! thlwy days' hard this maraing by Magistrate Bentley. Christmas Cards The custom of sending private greeting cards at Christmas is growing. It is no longer considered the prciper tiling to send the ordinary stock cards that anyone ctui pick up In .T'.iuosi any cornor grocery along about the holiday season. Something diaiJiU'tlve Is .isked for, and the .supply is now ibeing prepareil to till the demand. These cards are tiecidedly works of art. and in addition to llie friendly and appropriate gTeellugs they eoiitaiii the name of the sender, beautifully printed In the same chaste and el.iborate type as the body of the card. Call at the Herald Job De-panment, and see these new and fash ionable (rards, unci leave your order tor what you nmy retiulre. Rural 'Phones Multiply CardsLon Cilobo; The telephone line to Mountain View has beeu In operation since Saturday, and Judgins by its patronage the service will be of the greatest convenience io the citizens of the western buvg. The toll from Cardston is ten cents for tliree minutes' talk. At Leavltt, besides the long dialanoo office, there are twunty-eight local subscribers, all connected with the Cardston exchange. The looal 'phones tor Mountain View, Aetna and Kim'hall will not bo installed uulU the coming spring, as it Is the Intention of the telephone company to complete the Kimball exton-�lon before the winter seta In, anO In order to accomplish this, the work Will havo to be puslwd as raptdly as ])D8slblo. Until spring arrives tbe above three towns will be compelled to content theiniMilvoB with toll of-\ {ices. Flags Flags We hare all sizes of of Union Jack and Canadian Ensign The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Avo. CITY AND DISTRICT License Commlsslonere Tsmorrow A meeting of th-e Board of License Commissioners will be held tomorrow | morning at ten o'clock to consider a number of applications. j He Seeks Compensation Judge Winter in the District Court today is hearing a workmen's compensation caae wherein Wm. Vaselenak 1b asking the C. P. R. for compensation for Injuries received in a fail from the C. P. R. traillc bridge here sometime ago. Dr. JIcNally gave evidence as to the extent of the applicant's injuries while Samuel Sadowskl acted as interpret'er for Vaselenak, who testified to his injuries. Evidence was also put in showing the earnings of the applicant for the past three years The case had not concluded this afternoon at the time of gotag to press. NATURAL GAS LIT THE SKIES "BLOW OFF" AT BARRACKS GROUNDS WAS IMMENSE- BIG CROWD SAW IT A Royal Pair I'ELLOW TIIKOAT MIXTURE For Ulcerated Throat. Tonsililis Etc: COLD lABLETS I'or that chilly feei- iiig. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 ^ BUSINESS LOCALS Ilttndreds lined -the barracks' grountis last night to witness the first deijionsiration ol natural gas in tlic city ol Lethbridse, and when it was all over, one could hear on every side, "Well, that's good enough for me." The gas was turned on at nine-thirty, and the stream of gas shooting up into the air was lit by a rocket lired through it. Immediately j tlie city was lighted as by day ; it would iiavc been possible to read ojje huudred yards from the gas pipe. The pressure was left on until ten o'clock,, when all but a very few pounds was shut oil, leaving only u small tlamc burning all night. The pressure applied last night was 150 pounds from the  main, burning from a six-inch pipe. During the whole time the gas was on, tlie pressure never dimini.sited, showing that tile pressure at the wells is constant. Owing; to the chill wind which was blowing the lloyal party did not come to the city to view the demonstration, but it was watched with great iuterest from the train, as it could be seen almost us plainly from the ejul of Si.\1)i Ave. a.s fipiii the grounds. It was tlie lirst limn the people of I.i'thhridge had ever witiiossed u demonstration of nalufal gas, ami it was j thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. It was legarded as' piact'ical assurance that this city is now in a Position to ofJer induccineiits of an exceptional character to manufacturers i\:hI to people seeking a pleasant lioiire city. The Markell Is a. cozy place to eat. :ir,c-a For (fulck bnfc'Kttge service, phone 670. Rex Cluar Stor^j. 13-0 The -Mai'kell s-erves nice riieals. SIJC-S 'For a aioo clean moal well rooked go to The .Markell. 2ritj-2 Phono 6GC the Messenger Service for pro'.Tipt messai!:e and haggagc delivery. Go 1.0 Markell's pleasant dining room foi' your next meal. 250-2 AVe make clothes with t|ualtty- bench made. The Crown Cleaning ^Vor^s. 2o(i-I U' you miss eating at the Markell you miss a good meal. aoO-2 COALDALE C. P, R. Constables for Congress The C.P.R. will have a special squad of couHtnbloB on duty here during the tlnio of the Dry-Panning Congress and crooks will havo no easy time It they should hang around the company's property here.  BORN RITCHTK-^At i304-4th Ave. (|outh, Lethbridge, on Tuesday, Oct. 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. J .Normun Ilitchlo, n on. 254-3 Coiildale. Oct, !i.-r..\lr. Harry L. Bur-nelt, of Buda, 111., is a guest at the home of Mr. H. A. Suggitt. Mr. ,fohn S. VaiiwJiikle transacted business in Calgary on Saturday. Cards liave been received from Mr, and Mrs. Leroy S. Cokoly, of Duncan, B.C., anounoing tho� birth of a daughter, Klleen BatoHe, September 27, If 12. Mr. IJ. S. Pawson has gone to Montana for a few days. Mrs. Sara Shower will be hostess for the Ladies' Aid on Wednesday. Wni. finide has transferred his blaohftmith shop here to Mr. 11. A. Suggitt, and has taken over a machine shop at Taber. The (ioaldale shop will now ba operatefl by Mr. L. C. Peters. Mrs. Pllsburj- has takeii over the main part of tlio building formerly occupied by Howson & Mllford, and Is conducting a restaurant and rooming house. Mr, H. A. SuBBltt and the A. Mitchell Nursery Co. havo opened ot-flce� In Coaldalo, with -Mr. Frank Sug-Kltt in cbargo. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges We >yishJo aiiviouiice that in addition to our cxteii.^ive stock o( Iloiisc Furnishings, we have added a complete line of , STOVES AND KANOES These ranges are made by one of the most famous Canadian^ mftnufticturora. Abaoliitoly reliable In e\ery respect, and roost' economical.' Prices, all the way from- to miMi for-cash or on our Easy Payment System, which enables every home to havo the finest range on the market. We give a liberal discount for CASH. Come In and talk It over. < Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers USE-"VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 At the Head in dealing in grain, feed