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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FftCt BUS TO ALL TRAINS v Hotel Windsor But Diy Hotel In AllMtfa Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LETHMIDOE The Dallas Hotel ll tht Btlt mil Molt lent Place to Stay Hardly n day pusses but what you need them. A pair of scales bought from lit cost only a few dollars at iBOBt, enable you to KNOW not to GUESS and save their price mwiy times, many ways in a year. C. W. Gray The itore that tares you NEW WHITNEY .Otlff FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK 1265 Agents for Empire and Typewriters TT1T TRUSSES For every kind, shape, size, and for the best make, try The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA PRUG CO. Store Courtesy It you are an eld customer you will realize the truthfulness of tWs advertisement. If you are a prospective customer then come io our store and you will understand what true store courtesy is. Whether your want U a large or small one, you get the same Mod courteous attention. AH our customers are pleased cus- tomers. In what ivay can you please you? JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 YOU WILL SHAKE HANDS CRANE'S LINEN LAWN NOTE PAPER If you use this paper you will alwa-s be sure of having the CORRECT STYLE. Carried in different sizes at ROBERTSON'S with your self and congratulate your own foresight and common sense aiter buying your meat hero, beciuisn the extra lino qual- ity of it, and the hick of waste will compel satisfaction. Our beef, pork, mutton, lamb. veal. and poultry have a tender, juicy quality and a delicious flavor that ensures Ihoir popularity. And the prices are fair enough to satisfy thu economical. Safety Razor Special Have you Been our Special Safety Razor to the pocket all nickel plated nnd guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money back. Kqual to any on the market. THE PRICE IS ONLY S3.50 Now on. display in our window. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE M87 Our first large shipment of Snow Apples have just arrived from Montana in good condition They .-m- nil of a medium size, wrapped nnd packed in 50Ib. cases. I'vieo per ease, Tor I lie week end are offer. FRESH PEACHES iu CIS baskets. These about tlie last this season, per basket.....50c. ITALIAN PRUNES, In poach boxes In line condi- tion, PIT box CONCORD OR NIAGARA GRAPES, baskets, Price each EOc. TOKAY GRAPES very scarce, per 7lb basket 75c. fiot these specially by express from Spokane mid ea-n them extra choice, per dozen 40c. MONTANA CRAB APPLES, extra red and In lino condition. There will be no more after these are sold. Price per 50 ib case, iff a niee assortment of goods. POTATOES, Just right in size. I'rlw. Slbs for 25c. crisp and well bleached Irom lirltish Columbia; nothing tluer grown. Price 21bs. for 25c- heads and fresh cut. Price 12 pounds for 25c. CITRON, Pumpkin, and Hubbard we receive by express from Washington, price per !b....................................05c. the last this season, only a few. Prlco each 05c. RIPE TOMATOES, in .baskets. Quantity also very limited, about over; price per basket 40c. Kneehill and Wild Rose, Fresh Churned Creamery B Kresh shipme-.it in. price 2lbs for 75c. Dingle Stewart's High Grade Chocolaies, mads In Winning, a large shipment just unpacked. You should try these for quality. ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 127 k THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. Wholesale yfiept. 1271. WEATHEli 4S 47 42 42 44 40 40 40 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, cleiir...... Medlclny I hit, fair Macleod, clear..... He-d Deer, clear..... Brooks, clear...... Coronation, ciomly Battleford, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy Regiua, cloudy---- Estevan, clear........ 30 Brandon, 2S Winnipeg, -12 32 .04 Port Arthur, cloudy 40 .04 Kamloo-ps, clear...... 35 Penticton 45 Fair weather has been general all over the prairie provinces. In Mani- toba and Saskatchewan it has tinned quite coal, but temperatures have risen somewhat in Alberta. Forecast AH few scattered showers, hut for the most part, mostly fair and warm. CITY AND DISTRICT Now in New Premises The Standard 'Furniture Co. have moved into their handsome ue'.v store In the Dominion Building on Fourth Avenue, which w'll .yran.iei' for the i-rtistic clisnta of farmture, rugs, itc., in a day or two. Scotchman Taken III Complaining of feeling unwell and that he was without funds, John Miller, a Scotchman was last evening admit- ted to the Gait hospital. Dr. Camp- bell attended tho patient whose condi- tion does not give cause for any alarm. Inspected at Cranbrook Corpora! G. Moth, of Lethbridge, who at present Is acting train-master at Cranbrook, was one of the Vetev- i inspected by the Duke of Con- naught, at this busy mountain town. Corporal Moth served with the Strath- cona Horse in South Africa. Decorations Remain Up None of the electrical decorations which were put up for the visit of the Governor-General will he taken down mtil after the Congress, anil the elec- trical department is busy today ar- ranging for putting up more to make the decorations much more elaborate. The Crossing Grievance Kegarding the stopping of stret cars m crossing during muddy weather, GeneraT Superintendent, Reid stated this morning that according to the rules and regulations of the street car sysiein, conductors and motor-men have orders to stop at the most convenient spot on muddy days. With aew cars and muddy tracks however, it is not always possible to -stop on crossings. Theft Case Withdrawn While en route to Ilutte, '.Mont., yes- terday, C. Eplf-y .was .arrested by tho K.X.W.M.P. at Coims and brought here last flight, lie was charged with misappropriating S100 belonging to W. H. who is a farm hand work- ing in this vicinity. When the cat came before Inspector West this morn- ing the plaintiff intimated his desire to withdraw tho chaive which was ac- cordingly done after paying 1he. costs of the court. Musical-" Supplies Violins. 'Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Harmoilicas, etc. Strings. Violin BOAVS, Mandolin Picks, "Etc. Etc., The Red Cross Drug Book I" Co., Limi -fclTY AND DISTRICT Work Progressing Well Work on the Umpress tlieutre, which will replace the oW Salvation Army eitudal is progressing rapidly, and the superstructure win be atari-1 ed this week. HuiUlins is very brisk ill the city at the present 'far outstrips the record the same mouth last year. A Royal Pair YELLOW THROAT MIXTURE .For Ulcerated Throat, Tonsilitis Etc. COLD TABLETS for that chilly feel- _____ J. D. Higinbothani Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Yesterday's Street Car Business Although no new rerords were set yesterday; tho street cnr system bad a very busy day. Tin; number of passengers carried was of whom 3284 rodo on the North Lethbridge cars. Thnse figures have been c-s- cceded only twice since the cars he- gnn operations, once during the fair, and one (he last Sunday in Septem- ber. Throe new cars are heing unload- ed today, mid will bo put in commis- sion (hiring rush ilnys such as yester- day, so that Iho'regular schctiule will not hu changed BUSINESS LOCALS The Murkell is a cozy place to cat. For quick Tiagpago service, phone G70. ftcx fiisar Vor a 'nice clean meal well cooked go to The Markell. Phoue 6CG the Messenger Service for prompt message arid baggage delivery. Oo to Markoll's pleasant, dining room for your next meal. Notice: Pianos and up, easy payments. Organs mid up; ?5 per month. Masou Kisch Dominion Block. Your patronage solicited. Tho Crown Cleaning Works. If you miss eating at the Murkou you miss a Rood meal The Markell serves nice nieala. Duke was Invited The management of the Theatre Is incensed over the published report that they did not invite the Ducal party to attend tho theatre. Manager Wilson stated this morning that J. Lacy, general representative of the company yesterday afternoon formally invited the ducal party to- be hi attendance last night, setting aside boxes from which they might witness the opera. Mr. Jones Here J. O. Jones, vice-president of the U, M, "WVof A., district No. 18, arrived in th-e city yesterday afternoon from Hill- crest. From gathered from the vice- president, the Herald learns that the mine rescue station, which has recently been established here, will be officially opened on Nov- ember 1. Jones feft this afternoon for Taber, on business connected with the union. Entertained by Mr. Asquith Yesterday the Veterans brigade held a very pleasant function in the dining room of the Alexandra Hotel. They were entertained at luncheon by Lieut. Asquith, commander of the company, who sat at one eud of the long table, Henry Tennant, the oldest veteran in the company sitting'at the head of the board. It was a very pleasant affair, and thoroughly enjoyed by all present. Steamship Arrivals According to advices received by Mr. S. B. Mitchell, local agent, the C. P. R. liner Empress of Britain docked I at G a.m. today. Western passengers should reach Lethbridge u.itO a.m. on Tuesday. The Lake Michigan dock- ed at 2.15, October 9, and Lethiridge passengers are due 3.50 a.m. Sunday. The Lake is due tomorrow and western passengers should arrive 3.50 a.m. Thursday. UNIONISTS HAVE POLICY WISH TO UNITE SOUTH AFRICA AND THE SEVERAL WHITE RACES THERE Was an Orderly Day Only two garden variety tlnmlis ap- peared in police court this morning, yesterday being a very quiet day so far as police arrests are concerned. Capetown, South Africa, {Jet. Sir Thomas -Smart, leader of the op- position in South Africa, recently op- ened the Unionist campaign in Na- tal. Me described tire great objects oi the Unionist party as three-fold, the union of South Africa, the union of the two white races, which lie .raid was being accomplished more quickly than some people imagined, ?.ml the greater union of all sectioiis of tiu1 British Dominions beyond the Referring to the speeches inside in parliament made by General Kmuls, on the subject of a naval contribu- tion, he insisted Unit it was undigni- fied and unfair to accept the defence afforded by the British navy ior noth- ing and declared that until the obli- gations of South Africa were real- ized, unionists would bring Ihe mat- tec up in parliament year "after year. Two Building Permits Building permits were issued this morning to John Koracs for a res- idence, and to Potyok for two thousand dollar residences ou Twelfth street A North, STORAGE1 ELEVATOR AT REGINA Hegina, Oct. a meeting of. the council of HIP Board of Trade to-] day, it was decided to at once pro- ceed with the organization of >i 000 company, to erect a concrete ele- vator, with storage capacity of one million bushels. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges Wo Avisli to iumounco in addition to extensive stock of House 'Funiisbings, wo have added a complete line of STOVES AND RANGES Those ranges iiro madt by one of the most famous Canadian manufacturers. Absolutely reliable in every respect, and most economical. Prices, all tho way for cash or on our Easy Payment System, which enables every homo to have tho finest range on tho market. Wo give a liberal discount for .CASH. Come in and talk it over. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawclen Brothers USE "VER1BRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 At the Head in dealing in grain, feed and hay we are known in Lethbridye. We lead in our lino because we bundle nothing but the highest quality Oiite, corn, nay, grain jind feed of kina-i and o .1 natrons are always snru; of re- ceiving the wUcu buy at J. C. Hanrahan Phone 349 Athletic Park The Range There is only one best. The range that's huilt on honor, of the hesH materials. i" Known the world over as a perfect baker. Always uniform, airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos. Saves half your fuel bill, j' The Great Majestic Range The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- LETHBRIDOE Casli Purchase Entitles You to Key THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penbcrthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil aud Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasoline Enoines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1751) Lethbridge. Alia. Ave. S. ;